Thank you, Britt.
I am trying to print your email. I clicked on a few different options, 
but so far it is doing the same thing.  Phooey.

Thanks very much.

Linda M. Feltner Artist LLC
Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, President

On 4/27/18 12:01 PM, Britt Griswold wrote:
> Linda,
> I run into this occasionally with my wi-fi connected Epson 
> multi-function printer at home. And my wife has to actually switch 
> wi-fi connections to print. It is all very mysterious. I think these 
> printer tend to go to sleep and then take a while to wake up. Instead 
> of turning it off, try just selecting some options on the printer and 
> see if the communications return.
> I think the Mac printer cues also are not rechecking the printer 
> situation automatically once they get no reply from the printer.  I 
> suspect it is all in service of minimizing power usage over 
> "always-on" convenience.
> Britt
> On 4/27/18 2:48 PM, Linda Feltner wrote:
>> HI All:
>> My HP laser printer has been real cranky. Then it ran out of toner. I 
>> replaced the toner yesterday.
>> Now it continues to do the same thing.  Each time I send something to 
>> print, it says "printer not connected". I flip it off then on, tell 
>> the file to "pause" then "resume" during the restart, and it prints.
>> Do you think it's dying, or I could check to see if the printer 
>> driver is up to date? I'm on Sierra 10.12.6, and have done recent 
>> security updates which may have done something with communicating 
>> with the printer.
>> Thoughts?
>> P.S. Yes, it's plugged in..... :)
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