Check the USB cable connection between the printer & PC. Is it secure? Unplug & reconnect the cable.
If your print is light or uneven, your toner is probably low. Take out the printer cartridge and gently rock it to redistribute the toner.
Do you have an all white page? You can do this to resolve the problem. http://www.fleximaging.com
Keep your manual and installation disc in a convenient easy-to-remember location.
If you are printing only for yourself and quality is not top priority, change the setting to "draft" or normal mode. Your job will print more quickly and you will save toner. www.fleximaging.com
Do you have an all black page? You can do this to resolve the issue. http://www.fleximage.com
New printers only come with partially filled printer cartridges. http://www.fleximaging.com #PrintTip
Paper jams are frequently caused by too much or too little paper in the paper trays.
Try using another set of USB & power cables. The ones you have may be worn out or damaged.
Why does your printer print garbage? This is another reason why your print is not printing correctly and what you can do about it. Follow this board for more tips! http://www.fleximaging.com
Are you using the proper paper for your printer? Using cheap thin paper that tears easily or paper that is too thick can cause jams. http://www.fleximaging.com
Paper Jam? http://www.fleximaging.com
You can keep your paper upright by keeping stiff card stock or a chip board as the bottom sheet in the feed tray. Just be sure to keep count of your paper so the board does not feed through! http://www.fleximaging.com
Select and print only what you really want to print to save ink. http://www.fleximaging.com #PrintTip
Check your paper path for toner or paper dust to prevent jams. http://www.fleximaging.com
Keeping printer ink in the refrigerator does NOT make the ink last longer. http://www.fleximaging.com #PrintTip