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10-23-2020 04:03 PM
By now you have likely tried the solutions available.
It is possible the printer is wearing out and unable to do what it ought.
If you have not done so,
You can try different paper - paper can be too dry, too damp, curled, bent at the corners, too thin...
You could try reinstalling the software - this is not the "official" recommended fix, but it might help, emphasis on might.
Sometimes we don't have a better answer than the one provided by the HP documents:
If all else fails, "Service the Printer".
That said, if you cannot correct the problem, it is perhaps more reasonable for a printer this age to simply replace it when you can do so.
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