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Wireless printing MAC OS to HP Laser MFP 137 fnw

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HP Laser MFP 137fnw
macOS 10.13 High Sierra

I try to print wireless but I am not succesfull in finding out how I get this working.


I followed these instructions:

Connect the printer with Wireless Setup Wizard

Use Wireless Setup Wizard from the printer control panel to connect the printer to your wireless network.
  1. On the printer control panel, press the Wireless button


    to access the Wi-Fi menu.
  2. Select Wi-Fi Settings, and then press OK.
  3. Select Wizard, and then press OK.
    A list of wireless networks displays on the control panel.
  4. Select the name of your network, and then press OK.
  5. Type the network security key, and then press OK.
    If a connection error message displays, make sure you typed the uppercase (capital) and lowercase (small) letters for the security key exactly. Follow the prompts to type the information again.
  6. Follow the instructions to set up the wireless network.
Your printer is now set up and ready to use on the wireless network
I did all this, and now what? I don't know how to print? I can print with a wire. I click Command P from ie the Word document and I chose in the print menu, the printername. But I don't know how to find/choose the wireless printer acces/printer?
I have been spending several hours on this. I would like to chat with HP customer service, but I also can't find that.
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I managed to print wireless.


I think I added a printer. (with something bonjour in it)

and then it worked.


I hope it continues working.

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