HP Deskjet 3636 Troubleshooting
HP Deskjet 3636 won’t print
- Check whether the printer and computer are linked properly.
- Look for paper jams in the printer’s input and output trays.
- Turn on the 123.hp.com/dj3636 printer, open the access door and check if the carriage moves properly.
- Inspect the carriage for any ink leaks and replace them when prompted.
- Verify if the printer is in Sleep Mode.
HP Deskjet 3636 won’t scan
- Go the control panel and select Uninstall a Program.
- Right-click on the HP Printer Software and choose Uninstall.
- Now open the Run command such that you select the Windows and R keys properly. Enter printup.exe/s and select OK.
- Select the Drivers tab and choose it at the bottom.
- Choose Apple and select OK on the Printer Server Properties and close Devices and Printers.
HP Deskjet 3636 won’t connect to wifi
- Power cycle the router and check if you can link your printer and computer wirelessly.
- Make sure the Wireless light on the printer starts blinking.
- This confirms that the Wireless feature is working properly.
- Open the HP Print and Scan Doctor tool on your system.
- Now run the diagnostics of the printer and start printing.
- Reset the printer if none of the solutions work.
HP Deskjet 3636 Reset
- Make sure to turn on the printer.
- Push the Wireless and Cancel button on the control panel.
- Press them simultaneously and hold them for three seconds.
- Now restart the printer to complete the reset process.
HP Deskjet 3636 Printer Offline
- Make sure your router’s connection remains active and stable if connected wirelessly.
- Contact your ISP if there is an HP Deskjet 3636 troubleshooting issue.
- Make sure the router is placed close to your 123.hp.com/dj3636 printer and computer.
- Check if many devices are linked to the same router.
- If so, detach them; this minimizes the Wi-Fi channel interference.
- Disconnect any USB or Ethernet cables if connected wirelessly.
- This may cause network issues.
- Open the HP printer software on your system and print an information page to ascertain that the network issues are resolved.