HP OfficeJet 8702 printer ordinarily experiences a sequence of errors including, ‘HP OfficeJet 8702 Wireless Printer issue’, ‘error printing from HP wireless printer’, ‘error setting up the printer’, ‘unable to find the HP wireless printer on the network’ ‘persistent blinking of blue light on the HP wireless printer’, and many more. During The action, the HP website provides a procedure to fix the error – “HP OfficeJet 8702 Network failed” with the download of HP Print and Scan Doctor.
How to Solve HPOfficeJet 8702 Printer Installation Failed Issue?
The basic troubleshooting instructions for the network issues are given.
Step-1: To begin with, make it certain that your HP OfficeJet 8702 printer along with your computer are connected to the respective WiFi network.
Step-2: Next, have a check if any error messages or any error lights are blinking by the printer. (If The USB cable is used, it should be in good working condition)
Note: There is a possibility that an issue is created due to many documents being trusted in the printer.
Step-3: Then, take your printer a bit closer to the router and excavate any electromagnetic devices which come in the way of the router and the printer to avoid signal distraction.
Step-4: If the software, operating system, and firmware are updated, then reconnect your device with the wifi network, as updated security settings and drivers need to get re-installed.
Unsuccessful Network Installation Error in OJ8702
If a case arises wherein, HP OfficeJet 8702 printer is not the default printer, follow the given steps to set it as default.
Step-1: Click start 🡪 Control panel 🡪 Hardware and sound option.
Step-2: Now, choose the Devices and Printers option, right-click on your printer’s name and select your printer as a default printer from the given pop-up menu.
Step-3: Next, restart all your devices that are connected.
Step-4: Try out the printing process and observe if the issue is still persistent.
Step-5: If the issue continues, run the trouble-shooter and look for the matter.
Similarly, follow the following steps just like the above procedure.
Step-1: Go to the printer option in the control panel.
Step-2: Choose Hardware and Sound.
Step-3: Select the Devices and Printers option and right-click on the printer’s icon to choose Troubleshoot option from the popup menu.
Step-4: If there is a Network Failure and HP wireless printer issue prolongs, uninstall the existing HP OfficeJet 8702 printer driver along with the software from the respective system.
Step-5: Install the latest printer’s driver with the software from the official website of HP.
Solve the issue to setup HP OJ8702 Printer to WiFi
When your HP OJ8702 Printer is not getting connected with your WiFi connection, follow the given steps below-
Step-1: First, check if any physical connection error occurs between the router and HP OfficeJet 8702 printer.
Step-2: Now, make sure there is a proper connection of your network cables.
Step-3: Move on with the inspection of link speed and duplex settings. Make sure they are correct.
Step-4: After this, send a message to the printer from your computer and check if there is a message failure.
Step-5: If the message fails, then check the configuration of your router and hub settings.
Step-6: The software application must be added to your network without fail. If it is successfully done, then check the software configuration added for resolving the issue.
Step-7: Lastly, connect devices other than the printer for checking if there is an issue with the printer or your computer to solve HP OfficeJet 8702’s Network failed issue.
If Connection Drops while setting up HP OJ8702 Printer Connection
This issue arrives when there is some network problem. Follow the given steps.
Step-1: Restart your computer and HP OJ8702 printer and assure it is not in sleep mode.
Step-2: Control panel🡪 Printer 🡪 wireless and Information together.
Step-3: Find the IP address from the Network Configuration page and enter it in the web browser.
Step-4: If the page opens, there is no problem with your network else check if your printer and computer are connected.
Step-5: Sign into the router configuration page to find the IP address in the list.
Step-6: Turn off the Wi-Fi direct by a continuous press of the wireless and resume button of the printer and open the available network in the computer and then select the network name starting with Direct.
Step-7: Click the network tab in the Embedded Web Server page and click on wireless to select Network Address.
Step-8: Lastly, in the Manual IP option, choose “Suggest a manual IP address” and select Apply.Step-9: Restart your printer to solve the issue.