Sometimes, a Brother printer connected to wifi but not printing. This issue might occur due to various reasons. On this page, we’ll show you how to resolve this issue using simple methods.
If the IP addresses of the printer and the computer are not the same, then there is a chance for you to encounter this issue.
Print the Network Configuration Report on your printer by referring to its user manual. On the Network Configuration Report page, you can find the printer’s IP address.
Now, compare your printer’s and the computer’s IP address. Make sure that both the addresses are the same, except the end number.
If the above methods fail to resolve the issue, reset your printer’s network connection settings. Based on your printer model, the reset process may vary. The section below explains the reset procedure for Brother HL-L3290CDW/DCP-L3551CDW.
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First, try restarting your computer, printer and wireless router. To check if your printer is connected to your network: Print a Wireless Network Test report from the printer control panel. On many printers pressing the Wireless button allows direct access to printing this report.
The other most probable reason for the printing error is the connection between your computer and the printer. If you are sure that the transmission cable is working okay (tested the printer on another computer), then the problem might be the drivers. This can be the printer drivers or the USB port drivers.
Another common fail is over extrusion. Over extrusion happens when your 3D printer pushes out too much plastic too fast, causing a jam in the end of the nozzle. ... Make sure YOURu layer height is less than your nozzle diameter. Increase your cooling fan's power (this will cool the plastic and cause it to slow down)
WPS stands for Wi-Fi Protected Setup. It is a wireless network security standard that tries to make connections between a router and wireless devices faster and easier. WPS works only for wireless networks that use a password that is encrypted with the WPA Personal or WPA2 Personal security protocols.
To restore your HP printer to factory-default settings, follow these steps. Turn the product off. Disconnect the power cable from the product for 30 seconds and then reconnect. Turn the product on while you press and hold the Resume button for 10-20 seconds. The Attention light turns on. Release the Resume button.