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Deskjet F4580 says it is out of paper even it has sufficiant papers in the tray

HP OFFICEJET J4580 All-in-one
Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit)

My Deskjet F4580 says it is out of  paper even there is sufficient papers in the tray.  i have cleaned all the rollers and including inner side roller even unpluged and pluged but that has not solved my problem,when print command is given the printer make some noice as if it started to print but within a minute error message displays as "out of paper" could any one help me to resolve my said problem Please.

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Deskjet F4580 says it is out of paper even it has sufficiant papers in the tray

Hello jumptonature,

 

 

Welcome to the HP Forums.

 

I see that you are having an issue with the printer stating that it is out of paper.

 

If by chance you have the printers power cable connected to a power bar/strip, please remove it from the bar/strip and connect it directly to a wall outlet. Here is a document that uses a LaserJet printer as an example but it is meant for HP products in general. Please click on the following link that explains the Issues when Connected to an Uninterruptible Power Supply/Power Strip/Surge Protector.

 

Write me back at any time if you have any other questions or concerns.

 

Cheers,  Smiley Happy

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