Dell V525w No Longer Printing Black Ink

I recently installed Dell v525w printer on Windows 10 operating system. The downloading process and running were conducted in capability modes. The main problem is printer is not printing black ink. I have also cleaned print heads and also wiped them off. I have also changed the printer settings to all black and pushed the black settings on front plate but still, there is no black ink.

  •   Mick
  • lay  1  Ans
  • lay  3 years ago
Answer - 1

Dell V525w Printer Not Printing Black Ink:

As per your query, your Dell printer is not printing Black ink. The reason for such type of issues could vary from machine-to-machine. Here, I will discuss the troubleshooting techniques to resolve the issue.

Follow the instructions mentioned carefully:

  1. Check the Ink Levels

    The problem with ink toners/cartridges is that different brand has a different perspective on when to alert the user on low ink levels. Some tell you once it is completely dried up, some warn you quite early while a few do not warn you at all. So make sure to check the ink levels and replace it if it dries up.
  2. Check for Printhead Blockage

    Make sure to clean your printer's printhead regularly as they get blocked due to excess use. So open the top part and take out the printhead and clean it. Place it back carefully and make sure it has been set in its place perfectly.
  3. Reset Your Printer

    If these steps did not resolve your problem then chances are there is something wrong with the internal settings. So the best way to resolve such issues is to reset your printer device to factory reset. This will eliminate any kind of internal issues and your printer will become as it was when you bought it for the first time.

Hopefully, these steps helped you in resolving the problem of Dell printer not printing black ink. In case you have any further doubts or problems, feel free to reach back and I will be glad to help you out.


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  •   James
  • lay  4 months ago