Printers can be frustrating from time to time when it comes to printer jams and troubleshooting issues. When all you want to do is print your documents, especially when you are in a hurry, there is nothing more frustrating than having printer issues. Printer issues can arise from a few different complications including when you install new ink cartridges,, have WiFi changes, paper jams, or fail to connect your printer to your computer.
Your Samsung Printer can come across many different features. When it comes to network, toner, and password problems, you may find that you are unable to print documents. The good news is that, oftentimes, these issues are easy for you to fix on your own by resetting your Samsung Printer.
When it comes to fixing your Samsung Printer, there are a few common issues that you’ll run into. When attempting to diagnose your Samsung Printer’s issues, you can always run a factory reset, but there are other ways to reset your printer for common problems without losing all of your printer’s settings.
How to Hard Reset Samsung Printer to Factory Settings
When it comes to stubborn troubleshooting issues, running a hard reset is the easiest solution. A hard reset will restore your Samsung Printer to your factory settings. Once your printer is returned to factory settings, your printer will be back to the settings that it had when you first took it out of the box.
If you need to run a hard reset on your Samsung printer, connect your printer to your computer with the printer’s USB cable. Open your Samsung’s ‘Easy Printer Manager’. You can find this in your computer’s printer settings section. Click the ‘Advanced Mode’ button and select ‘USB Connected Printer”.
From there click ‘Device Settings” and click ‘Network’. At the bottom, you’ll see a button marked ‘Clear’. Select okay, turn off your printer and wait a few seconds before turning it back on again. Your printer will have returned to its factory settings.
Once your printer starts again, you will have to reset all of your settings, including passwords, connections, and WiFi. While a factory reset erases your saved information, this is a good way to solve many issues facing your printer.
You can also manually reset your Samsung Printer. Press and hold the ‘Power’ button on your printer. You want to hold this button for a few seconds until the LED power light turns off. Once the light goes off, remove your printer’s power cord from both the printer and the wall.
Leave your printer unplugged from power for at least ten minutes. Plug your printer cord back into your printer and your power outlet. Press and hold the ‘Stop’ button for at least three seconds.
Your printer should reboot and print off a test page. You’ll be able to reset your settings and network.
How Do I Reset My Samsung Printer Password?
There are several different reasons that you’d need to reset your Samsung Printer password. If you can’t get your printer connected or if you need to change your settings, you can reset your password. If you need to reset your printer password there are a few simple steps that you can take to do so.
If you need to reset your Samsung Printer password, there are a couple ways that you can go about it. If you can access your Samsung Printer screen, enter your ‘Settings Menu’. From there look for ‘Account Settings’, and you can use the buttons on the arrows on the side of your printer to scroll down.
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You will see a section labeled ‘Password’, click okay. You will be prompted to enter a new password. Click ‘Okay’. Once you’ve successfully changed your password, press the ‘Back’ button. This will bring you back to your home screen, and your password will successfully have been changed.
If you are unable to access your Samsung Printer’s screen, you can change your Samsung Printer password by connecting it to your computer through a USB cord. On your computer, open your Samsung Printers ‘Easy Printer Manager’. From there you want to scroll until you find the ‘Advanced Printer Manager’.
This section will give you access to the advanced settings and controls for changing your printer’s passwords. This includes your printer’s password.
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If you are unable to access your setting menu if you run. factory reset, your password will be restored to the original password when you first install your computer. As you are prompted to set up your printer’s settings, you can enter a new password.
How to Reset Samsung Laser Printer
If you want to reset your Samsung Printer, a factory reset is not always necessary. You can also run a soft reset. This will reset your Samsung printer without clearing all of your printer’s settings. This can be a solution for many of your basic printer issues.
You can reset your Samsung Laser Printer you want by first entering the ‘Menu’ button and then press the numbers 1, 9, 3,4 in concession. After doing this, you should see the ‘Tech Settings’. Press ‘Menu’ and then press ‘Enter’, which will bring you into ‘Tech Mode’.
Once in ‘Tech Mode’, press ‘<‘ twice. This will bring up ‘New Cartridge’ on your display screen. Hit ‘Enter’ and then yes, hit ‘Enter’ one more time. Hit the same sequence as you did before, ‘Menu’ followed by numbers 1, 9, 3,4. Your printer will turn off and turn back on again after resetting.
How to Reset Samsung Printer WiFi Password
You may need to reset your WiFi password if you’ve run a factory reset, changed your WiFi network, or are initially setting up your printer. Whatever the reason might be, the good news is that it’s easy to do.
When resetting your WiFi password on your Samsung Printer, first turn on your printer and press the ‘Menu’ button. Once on that menu, you’ll see ‘Network’, select that section, and hit ‘Okay’. Using the arrows on the side, scroll until you find the section marked ‘Wireless’ and press ‘Okay’.
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Select ‘WiFi Direct’ and press ‘Okay’. This will bring up many different settings. You can turn on/off your WiFi, change your printer’s network key, or change your password. After you have successfully entered a new password, click ‘Okay’. Press the back button and return to your Samsung Printer’s home screen.
How to Reset Toner Low Samsung Printer
When you refill your toner on your Samsung Printer, sometimes your printer’s computer doesn’t recognize it. If you’ve recently refilled your ink, you may need to reset your toner low setting.
To reset your low toner setting on your Samsung Printer, enter the ‘Menu’ on your printer’s home screen. Once in there, enter the ‘System Setup’ section and select ‘Maintenance’. From there, use the arrows on the side of your screen to find ‘Toner Low Alert’. Click that and hit ‘Reset’.
If that doesn’t work in the ‘Menu’, select ‘Setup’ and then enter the ‘Machine Setup’. You’ll be prompted by a screen and press next. From there you want to select ‘Initial Setup’ and ‘Toner Status Alert’. From there, you’ll be able to reset the alert.
Your Samsung Printer toner should reflect that you have refilled your toner in your printer. If you’re still facing issues with your toner displaying as low on your Samsung Printer, you may need to perform a hard reset. This will restore your printer to its original factory settings and should refresh the the internal computer inside of your printer.
How to Network Reset Samsung Printer
Resetting your printer’s network can solve another of the different problems that may be facing your printer. Resetting your network can solve issues that are related to your system, network, or WiFi settings. You can reset your printer’s settings without performing a full factory reset.
To run a network reset on your Samsung Printer, access your ‘Settings’ on your home screen. From ‘Settings’ you want to scroll down until you find the section that is marked ‘Network Settings’. Once in the ‘Network Settings’, use the arrows to scroll down in the menu.
At the bottom of the list, you’ll see an area where you have the option to ‘Reset’. Select this option and when prompted, click ‘Okay’. This will reset your general network settings without uninstalling all of the settings on your printer. You will have to reinstall your general network settings.
If this doesn’t work the first time that you try it, don’t get frustrated. You may need to do this a couple of times before your reset works properly.
If your Samsung Printer is still unable to connect to your WiFi, you should check your WiFi router itself. You may be facing an issue with your network. To reset your WiFi, unplug your router from the wall for at least 60 seconds before plugging it back in. Reconnect it to power and wait for the lights to come back on. Try using your
How to Reset Samsung Printer Network Settings
If your printer’s network is facing issues, your printer won’t be able to communicate with your computer. If your network settings need to be reset, you may face issues with either your computer’s end or on the end of your printer.
If you need to reset your Samsung Printer’s network settings, the easiest way to do this is to perform a hard reset. This will restore your printer to its factory settings, including resetting your printer’s network settings. You can perform a factory reset by pressing and holding the power button for a few seconds until the LED light goes off.
After the light goes off, detach your Samsung Printer from power. Leave it unplugged for at least ten minutes before plugging it back in. Once you have plugged it back in, press and hold the ‘Stop’ button.
You can also perform a hard reset on your printer by connecting your Samsung Printer to your computer. Use a USB cord, which will then bring up your ‘Easy Printer Manager.’ Once in there, you need to select the are accessing ‘Advanced Mode’ and select ‘USB Connected Printer’.
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Click ‘Device Settings’ and select the ‘Network’ section. When you scroll down to the bottom of the menu you will see ‘Clear’. Select ‘Okay’, and turn off your printer for a few seconds before turning it back on.
Your network setting will have been reset.
How to Reset Samsung Printer Toner
Resetting your printer’s toner is an inevitable part of owning a printer. To install your new toner carriages, open the carriage door on your printer. You’ll see that the printer carriage will slide into view. Make sure that you are installing the correct ink type and close your printer door. Your printer toner display should show that your toner has been reset. If it doesn’t, there are a few other steps you can take.
If you need to reset your Samsung Printer toner, first make sure that you have installed new carriages. If the alert does not go away, you need to enter the ‘Settings’ menu on your Samsung Printer’s screen. Select “System Setup’ and then ‘Maintenance’. Scroll through until you find ‘Reset Toner’.
If the error message is still being displayed, you can perform a light reset on your printer. Press and hold the power button until the LED light goes off. Wait a few seconds before turning your printer on again. The alert should be cleared from your printer’s screen and you should be able to print again without error.
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How to Reset Samsung Printer
There are many different reasons why you would need to reset your Samsung Printer. You can either perform a soft or a hard reset. If you run a hard reset you will need to reconfigure all of your settings. To run a soft reset press the ‘Menu’ button, followed by the numbers 1, 9, 3, 4 to enter ‘Tech Mode’. You can then reset your printer. To run a hard manual reset, press and hold your power button until it turns off, once it has turned off disconnect your printer from power for at least ten minutes. Once you plug it back in hold the stop button for at least three seconds.