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Silentype Printer Technical Support Phone Number
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Silentype Printer Having Problems
Printing is too slow.
Ink and/or toner costs too much.
Windows is sending print jobs to the wrong printer.
My prints are too light, too spotty, or have horizontal lines.
My printer says my ink cartridge is empty. I think it's lying.
My wireless printer is too slow.
I use re manufactured or refilled ink cartridges, and my prints
I don't know how to fit more text on one page. How do I do it?
My paper tray is flimsy.
Solutions for Silentype Printer having Problems
Rev up printer performance--and save ink in the process--by reducing print quality
for everyday output. While printer settings vary by model, here's how to switch to
draft-printing mode in most Windows apps. Select Print and Properties, and then
look for a setting that reduces print quality. With the HP Photo smart 8450, for
instance, change the default print quality setting from Normal to Fast Draft (click
screen-shot at right). Other speedup suggestions: Print pages from websites without
graphics, and add RAM to your printer, if possible. Read "Speed Up Everything" for
PC World has written a lot about the printing industry's sneaky practices over the
years. To wit: They snare you with dirt-cheap printers sold at or below cost, and then
stick it to you later with ultra-pricey consumables.
For some mysterious reason, Windows may select a new default printer--the one it
automatically sends print jobs to. (This happened to me when I upgraded from Vista
to Windows 7.) To fix this glitch in Windows 7, click Start (the Windows icon in the
lower-left corner of the screen) and select Devices and Printers. Under Printers and
Faxes, right-click the printer you want to make the default, and select Set as default
You may have a clogged print head, a problem that can occur if you use an ink jet
printer infrequently. Your printer's utility program can clean out the dried ink, and print
a test page for inspection. The step-by-step instructions on how to do this vary by
printer. From the Windows 7 Start menu, click Devices and Printers or Control Panel,
and look for your printer's utility app. For additional details, read "Solve Ink jet Printer
Problems." For more tips on unclogging ink nozzles, go here. (Again, these steps
may vary slightly for Vista and XP users.)
You may be right. Printer out-of-ink messages are notoriously unreliable. The good
news: You can try various hacks to get around those ink cartridge controls. We're not
suggesting that all, or even some, of these reader tips will work with your printer, but
they're worth a try. One tip reveals how to reset ink cartridges for various HP printers.
And a video on this page shows how to revive an "out of ink" Epson cartridge. If
you're feeling adventurous, check them out.
To get the best performance from a network printer, it's hard to beat a wired,
Ethernet-cable-to-router connection. Wireless printing may be more convenient in
many homes and offices, but it has its limitations. Since WI-Fi speeds slow down with
distance, you'll want to place your wireless printer as close as possible to the router.
Also, make sure your WI-Fi printer or any wireless print server it connects to supports
the 802.11n spec, which can rival the performance of 100-mbps Ethernet.
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