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How to Fix a LaserJet 1320


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The HP LaserJet 1320 printer utilizes laser technology that permits it to print sharp and vibrant high black-and-white documents at a rate of 22 pages for every moment. It can print documents utilizing plain paper, reused paper, rough paper, transparencies and other heavy media. If you are facing issues with the printer, you have to learn out how to remedy the issues independent from anyone else to spare you the cost of seeking the help of a PC technician.


  • Turn off the printer and unplug the power connector from the power port of the LaserJet printer and from the power plug, if the printer declines to power up. Remove any second power sources like surge defenders or power strips, and afterward plug the power connector from the printer’s power port and directly into a power outlet. Turn on the printer and check whether it powers up.
  • Secure the connections of the data cable from the data port of the printer into a USB or parallel port of the PC, if the PC can’t detect the device.
  • Install the printer driver to your PC if it is not installed yet. Click “Start” and after that “Devices and Printers.” Browse through the list of printers installed on the PC. If “HP LaserJet 1320 printer” is not listed, the printer driver is not installed. Put the printer installation CD into the optical drive of your PC, wait for the installer to automatically launch and take after the installation instructions.
  • Open the print cartridge door of the gadget, remove the print cartridge and remove any piece of paper inside the printer to clear a paper jam error. Open the “Straight-through output door” and force the green lever downward. Remove any visible pieces of paper. Put the print cartridge once again into its slot, close the “straight-through output door” and the print cartridge door. Take note of that if you don’t troubleshoot a paper jam error, you won’t have the able to keep printing any document until the error is cleared.


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