How to Troubleshoot HP Officejet Pro L7590

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How to Troubleshoot HP Officejet Pro L7590
Troubleshoot your HP Officejet Pro L7590. (printer cartridge image by hugy from

The HP Officejet Pro L7590 is a colour inkjet printer. The device boasts the ability to output documents at up to 34 pages per minute. In addition, the printer also has a built-in memory card reader, which enables you to print pictures directly off of your digital camera's memory device. Unfortunately, you may run into problems using the HP Officejet Pro L7590 over the lifetime of the product. Luckily, many of the problems associated with the printer can be corrected using different troubleshooting methods.

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  1. 1

    Clear a paper jam from your HP Officejet Pro L7590 printer if the dislodged paper prevents you from printing documents. Remove all of the paper from your printer's paper tray and power off the device. Open the rear access door of the printer and pull out the dislodged paper using your hands. Replace the door and power your printer back on.

  2. 2

    Disconnect all of the HP Officejet Pro L7590's cables if you receive an error message that states "A non-recoverable error has occurred." Wait about 30 seconds and plug the cables back in. During this time your printer will reset itself and the error message should disappear.

  3. 3

    Clean your HP Officejet Pro L7590's print heads if your documents are being partially printed. Press the "Setup" button on the front panel of your printer. Scroll down and click on the "Tools" tab and press the "Clean Printhead" option. Wait as the printer automatically cleans its print heads. Reprint your document once the process completes.

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