No matter which model of HP Printer are you using, facing issues and glitches with it are quite obvious and common. While sometime you might come across a situation where your printer will crash suddenly, there are other instances where users come across a paper jamming issue. Though all such issues are minor and can be fixed easily, if someone takes help from the professionals by calling them up at HP customer service number, there are a few other problems that are considered to be complex and chronic. One such error is the alignment error. So, when you have been using HP Printer for quite some time now and suddenly notice that “Alignment Failed” error message is being displayed on the screen, it is probably because there is a problem in the alignment of the device and you need to align it properly once again in order to continue using the printer.
How to Get HP Printer Aligned?
There is a specific process to do so, and you are advised to be careful while aligning the device. If you don’t know how to do it, read this blog as here, we are going to enlist some of the basic steps that you might require in order to get your HP Printer aligned. So, take a quick look at the pointers and the steps given below.
At first, you need to turn the printer on
Now, make sure that you have loaded small stack of plain paper inside the input tray so that you can take out the printouts
After that, you are supposed to launch the application for HP Solution Center on your system immediately
Now, you need to click on the option that prompts “Settings,” followed by clicking on “Print Settings” option, available on the HP Solution Center’s page
There, you will find the option of “Printer Toolbox,” you need to click on it.
A new window will open in front of you, and then, you will have to click on “Align the Print Pages”
So, click on the option that says “Align,” and then you are supposed to follow the step-by-step on-screen instructions. It will help you in calibrating the printers, followed by accurately aligning its cartridges.
If this doesn’t help, you can try a few other methods as well to ensure that the printer has been aligned properly so that you can start using the device without any hassles. Some of those hacks are given below, have a glance and try to follow them as instructed.
Reset Your HP Printer Setting
You need to reset the printer. And for resetting, you need to power on the printer, followed by disconnecting all the power chords. After 10 to 15 seconds, make sure that you have plugged in the chords once again to the power outlet. Now, turn on the printer once again and try to take the test print out. There are chances that your issue will be resolved; however, if it doesn’t, make sure that you have also tried another hack.
You have to use the correct size of paper. The size and the quality of the paper matters the most, especially to avoid paper jamming and alignment error. In fact, avoid using low quality of papers as it hampers the quality of the printout. Now, try to take the test printout.
If the problem still persists, you need to keep in mind that you have to call HP printer customer service number. As soon as you call at this number, you will be connected with the experts who will guide you throughout, until your issue gets fixed.