123 HP Printer Not Printing Wirelessly

When the HP Printer not printing wirelessly or displays the error Printer can’t connect to Wi-Fi, the issue might be with a passphrase, firmware update, or network. The initial step to fix the printer not Printing Wirelessly is to restore the network connection settings to the default version.

  • Power on the printer and open the printer’s Setup menu.
  • Locate the ‘Wireless’ option on the screen and click on it.
  • Click the Restore to default settings option under the Settings menu and wait for a few seconds.
  • If the issue is not resolved, the next step is to check if any firmware and driver updates are available.
  • Click the Start menu on the computer.
  • Navigate to the Control Panel and open the Device Manager.
  • Locate the installed network drivers. Right-click the driver and choose Update from the drop-down list.
  • The Operating system updates the printer driver to the latest version automatically.
  • Cancel all the print jobs occurring on the printer and disconnect the printer from all the network connections.
  • Restart the printer and reestablish the network connection.
  • Check if the issue is resolved, or else proceed with the next step.
  • Turn on the printer and your network.
  • Connect the printer to the network to the network using the Wi-Fi option or Ethernet cable.
  • Ensure that the printer receives a strong Internet connection.
  • Open the Settings menu on the printer.
  • Navigate to the Control Panel settings.
  • Scroll down and select the OfficeJet Pro Update option under the About Printer category.
  • Check for firmware updates.
  • If the device notifies you of an update, click the option.
  • Check if the Printer not Printing Wirelessly issue has been rectified after the update.
  • Reset your network settings and connect your printer to the network afresh.

HP Printer Troubleshooting

123.HP.Com/Setup� Replacing Ink Cartridges

  • Open the hp ink cartridge access door and the cartridge slot lids.
  • Hold down the cartridge that needs a replacement, to release it from its slot.
  • Install the new, unpacked ink cartridge into that slot.
  • Push till the cartridge snaps into place and then secure the cartridge lids before you close the cartridge access door.
  • Take the alignment page and scan it.

123 HP Printer� Fixing Print Quality Issues Setup

  • Work with genuine 123HP PRINTER ink cartridges, ColorLok papers, and 123HP PRINTER Advanced Photo Paper for enhanced, consistent print quality.
  • To check ink levels touch the ink con on the 123 hp printer control panel. Replace any cartridges low on ink.
  • Open Setup on the 123 hp printer installation control panel. Under Tools, select Clean Cartridges. Identify the problem ink cartridge causing the defects on the Print Quality Diagnostic Page and replace it.
Printer not Printing Wirelessly

Using HP Print and Scan Doctor to help resolve printer issues (Windows)

Turn on your printer and connect it to your computer. Download and Run HP Print Scan Doctor. Once you select your printer on its screen, it can be used to resolve printer issues in the following ways:

  • Click Fix Printing and follow the prompts to resolve the issue if a red X is displayed.
  • Click Fix Scanning and follow the prompts to resolve the issue if a red X is displayed.
  • Resolve any firewall issues by clicking Network and then selecting Troubleshooting Firewalls.
  • The supply levels and cartridge information can be displayed by clicking Printer and selecting Supply Levels.
  • To view printer information, click Printer and then select Advanced Printer Data.
  • To update the firmware click Update Printer Firmware.
  • To perform any printer diagnostic and cleaning services, select Printer Services.
  • To view printer network connection information, select Show Advanced Info.
  • And to view the printer claim code, click Web Services and then select Print ePrint Instruction Page