How to Fix Page Alignment Issue in HP Printer

14 Sep 2018 13:28 1894 Hits 0 Comments
Hello, Everyone, I am  <style type="text/css"><!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> </style> James Waston from New York USA. I am working with HP technical support company as a seniar technical expert. We are provide technical help and support for all HP users.

The users of HP printer have been complaining of alignment issue with their printers. This issue is generally related to the ink cartridge system of the printer. It can also arise because of some hardware issue. If you are one of them facing the same issue, then make sure to take our technical support and call at our HP Printer Customer Support Number.

If you want to fix this issue on your own, then check the points given below:

  • Aligning Ink Cartridges properly: The first important thing is to make sure the ink cartridges are aligned properly. Follow the steps to align the ink cartridges properly:

  1. Turn on the printer and insert some sheets in the tray of the printer.

  2. Open the HP Solution Centre.

  3. Click on the ‘Print Settings’ from the Settings section.

  4. In the ‘Printer Toolbox’ check the options available.

  5. From the given options, click ‘Align the print cartridges’.

  6. Follow the given instructions for proper alignment of the ink cartridge.

  • Reset the printer: Resetting the printer can also help you with this issue. For resetting the printer, follow the given steps:

  1. Turn the printer on and then wait for some time for it to become idle.

  2. Disconnect the power cord from both the printer and the wall outlet.

  3. Wait for some time and then reconnect the power cord to both the points keeping the printer on.

  4. Now let the printer to connect and then try to print a test page and check the alignment.

  • Other additional information: some of the other fixes for this issue are as follows:

  1. The paper you are using should be of good quality.

  2. Make sure the paper is meeting the requirements for standard printing.

  3. The positioning of the paper should be done properly.

  4. The paper should also be clean and of proper required size.

After checking all the above points, print a test page and check if the issue has gone. If still the issue persists, then go for the technical help available round the clock at HP Support Phone Number. The technical executives can suggest you other ways in which you can resolve the issue. Only the certified, well-qualified and trained members are part of our technical team. So there is no issue which is left unsolved by our technicians.
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