How to resolved Printer in Error State Problems
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Printer users can resort to several steps to regain the functionality of their printer. Users can face some common errors with their printer and are unable to use their printer for printing purposes. 

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Californer -- What are the common errors faced by users?

Common printer errors are as follows:
  • Printer not printing.
  • The printer not printing black or color.
  • Printer showing a page error.
  • Cartridge issues.
  • Printer not reading pages to print.

All of these and other errors may hamper users' work. Users can employ certain troubleshooting steps to get rid of the common glitches and issues.

Printer users can stick to the below-mentioned steps to get rid of printer issues and technical glitches.
  • Restart printer.

Users can resort to restarting their printer in case they are facing technical issues while trying to print a page. The "printer in error state" code displays when there is some issue with the printer itself.

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Users can check the printer by restarting it. Turn off the switch and take out the cord. Re-instate the plug in the socket and power on to restart your printer. Users can give a print command now to check if the issue is resolved or not.
  • Check the connection of the printer and the P.C.

Users can check the printer is connected to their P.C. users can face issues when the printer is not properly connected to the device. Users need to connect their printer to the P.C. using wifi or cable. Check for any loose ends and fix this to eliminate errors.
  • Check for low paper or ink.

Users can face issues when the printer is running low on paper or ink. Refill both or as required to get rid of printing issues.
  • Check for jammed paper and open cover.

Last but not the least, users need to check for jammed paper or open covers. Close the printer properly to eliminate the chance of error.

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