HP and Lexmark Printer Performance Practices
Given the huge volume of output required by the typical office printer, it stands to reason that occasional performance issues are bound to occur. Excessive noise, poor print quality, paper jams, and strange error codes are only some of the problems that routinely crop up. Many of these require HP printer troubleshooting or Lexmark printer troubleshooting.
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The majority of these printer problems could be prevented by adhering to scheduled maintenance requirements. Lexmark Printer Maintenance Kits and HP Printer Maintenance Kits come loaded with all the supplies and instructions for maintaining your printer. It is important to know your printer model number in order to purchase all of your printer supplies, but if there’s an item you need and don’t know the number, we can help you find it. Additionally, service error code can be more readily resolved by HP printer troubleshooting and Lexmark printer troubleshooting if you know your model number.
- Paper jams – Can happen for a number of reasons. One simple way to avoid them is to try not to overburden the printer with too many tasks at once. Spread the tasks over a period of time. Remember the more you avoid problems the less you need to perform these HP Printer Troubleshooting and Lexmark Printer Troubleshooting tasks.
- Noise – Some noise from the printer is normal. For example when the printer cleans its ink cartridges a humming or buzzing sound can be heard. Other unusual noises will require attention and possible troubleshooting.
- Productivity – Depending on your requirements, it is important to choose the appropriate printer for your office or home. Having done that, performing the scheduled maintenance is imperative to keeping your printer performing at its optimal level.
- Quality - Print quality is degraded if the printer is not located in a stable position. If you have an ink jet and the ink is almost empty, try removing the cartridge and gently shaking it end to end. This will allow the ink to move toward the nozzle.
Remember, the best printer performance can only be attained by giving your printer the care and maintenance it requires. Using either the Lexmark Printer Maintenance Kit or the HP Printer Maintenance Kit as recommended by the manufacturer will keep your printer running smoothly and reduce your chances of having to perform HP Printer Troubleshooting or Lexmark Printer Troubleshooting.
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