Chromebook Printing Blank Pages

Why My Chromebook Printing Blank Pages?

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Is your Chromebook printing blank pages? There are several factors that may cause the blank pages printing problem. In general, you can only print from a Chromebook to a cloud-enabled printer. If you are using an HP printer, make sure you have properly set up the ePrint account. Some more factors can cause trouble when printing from a Chromebook.

Steps To Troubleshoot

  • On your printer, print a self-test report to check if everything is OK. Press and hold down the Power and Cancel buttons simultaneously for at least 10 seconds. Now, the self-test report sheet will be printed by your HP printer.
  • Visually check your ink tanks (if available) to determine the ink level. Otherwise, print a nozzle check sheet to check the ink status and its quality.
  • If your printer’s ink level is low, refill or replace the ink cartridges.
  • Run a print head cleaning process to improve print quality.
  • Verify and ensure that your Chromebook and the printer are connected correctly to the same wireless network.
  • If you find problems with the wireless connection, restart your Wi-Fi router and reconfigure the wireless settings on your printer.
  • Ensure that you have loaded the printer-supported paper into the paper input tray.
  • If necessary, turn off the printer by pressing the Power button and turn it on after a few seconds.
  • On your Chromebook, open the web page you wish to print and click the Customize and control tab at the top-right corner.
  • Select Print from the drop-down list to open the Print dialog box.
  • Select your printer’s name as the print destination and choose the Black and white option instead of printing color.
  • After verifying the print settings, click the Print button to check if the Chromebook printing blank pages issue has been resolved or not.