Black & White Laser


HP’s newest range of high-performing black and white laser printers has upgraded every aspect of printing. These precision-driven printers are extremely useful if you work at home or at an office and need high-quality, text-based documents. With HP’s black and white laser printers, expect perfectly clean and bold black lines for all personal and professional printouts you need.
Paired with original HP toner cartridges, the black and white laser printers will be the workhouse you can rely on for a long time. Its newest mobile printing and scanning feature with the HP Smart app can complete your printing tasks without interrupting your life. You also get the benefit of connecting your mobile device right to the printer without accessing a network.

Pick your black & white laser printers from HP’s newest range today!

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HP LaserJet Pro M203dw

Best Features –
· Wireless Printing
· Print speed up to 30 ppm (black)
· Auto-duplex printing

HP LaserJet Pro M404n

Best Features –
2 paper trays
Best-in-class security detect
Print speed up to 40 ppm (black)

HP LaserJet M110we Printer

Best Features –
World’s smallest laser
Advanced HP+ features
6 months instant ink

HP LaserJet M209dw

Best Features –
Wireless printing
Print speed up to 30 ppm (black)
150-sheet input tray

HP LaserJet Enterprise 700 Printer M712dn

Best Features –
Print speed up to 40 ppm (black)
3 paper trays
FCC Class A Emissions

Problems With HP Black & White Laser Printers

Even the most reliable HP laser printers fail at the most inopportune times. Below are 4 common problems that you can occasionally run into with our HP black & white laser printers -

Sharp white lines – There might be a blockage in the developer unit of the printer. If there are instructions for this problem in the user manual, follow them. Or else call an expert.


Misfeeds – This issue is mostly caused by printing paper. The paper might be too heavy, light, or too smooth.


Skewed prints – The probable cause for this problem is incorrect paper tray installation or paper loading.

Creased pages – The crease may be simply due to a paper jam, skewed print, or misfeed. Check all the potential causes for the mentioned problems to fix the issue.


This mainly occurs due to dirt accumulation inside the printer. But wrong paper loading or poor paper quality can also cause paper jamming.

It can happen due to any of the three reasons. Firstly, your ink density is low, or toner is depleted. Secondly, you may have set print quality at the lowest, or thirdly, Eco-mode printing is on.

The printer page separator pad, which is responsible for paper feeding probably worn out and needs a replacement.


This is happening because your printer’s printing heads got clogged or very dirty. You can try cleaning the printer heads with cotton buds dipped in isopropyl alcohol or warm water.

Depending on your printer’s model, the print heads generally last 1.5 to 2 years. After that, you can clean it regularly or simply replace it.

No, you should always use genuine HP printer ink specific to your printer model. Using wrong or cheap counterfeit ink can severely damage your printer and void the warranty.

There could be a major problem with your printer’s toner, drum unit, roller, or printer’s firmware. You may need an expert’s help to set things straight. Contact HP Printer Services for your convenience.

This mainly occurs if the printer or Wi-Fi connection is wrongly configured. It can also happen if your software and firmware are outdated.

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HP Printers Support has an in-house team of skilled experts that can get back your printer up and running in no time. Our services are convenient, cost-effective, and quick. We aim to give customers the most reliable and trustworthy HP printer repair services in the USA.
At HP Printers Support, we let businesses focus on their growth and not their printers. We diagnose your HP printer problems quickly and come up with the most cost-effective solutions for you. From paper jams, image defects, and error codes to maintenance issues, we can fix it all.

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