1. Check the power: Make sure your printer is properly plugged into a working power outlet or surge protector.
2. Check the printer connection: Ensure that the printer is correctly connected to your computer. This includes verifying that any USB, Ethernet or Wi-Fi connections are working correctly.
3. Check the cables: If you’re using cables instead of wireless printing, make sure all the cables are firmly connected.
4. Check for paper jams: Open the printer and check for any caught paper, dust or other debris. Remove it and close the printer back up.
5. Check the memory: If you’re dealing with a memory issue, try restarting your computer and your printer.
6. Clear the queue: If you’re trying to print multiple documents, make sure you check the list of jobs in your print queue and cancel any unnecessary ones.
7. Select the correct port: If you’re still having trouble, make sure you’re using the right port. You can find this information in the Properties or Preferences of your printer driver.
8. Update the drivers: It’s possible that your current printer driver is out of date. So take a few minutes to check the manufacturer’s website for an updated version and download it.
9. Try another document: If none of these solutions seem to work, try printing a different document, preferably one that you know was printed successfully the last time you tried.
10. Have the printer serviced: If all else fails, it’s time to call in the professionals. Contact your printer manufacturer and arrange for them to service the printer.