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To add to @jainore answer, try installing a WiFi scanner program [http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html|here is a link] to see what the signal level is on your WiFi channel and if there is any interference coming from other networks which are using the same channel. If the signal level appears low, (remember that they are -ve values so the 'higher' the number the lower the signal level) try moving your printer or WiFi router to a different location to see if the level improves.
To add to @jainore answer, try installing a WiFi scanner program [http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html|here is a link] to see what the signal level is on your WiFi channel and if there is any interference coming from other networks which are using the same channel. If the signal level appears low, (remember that they are -ve values so the 'higher' the number the lower the signal level) try moving your printer or WiFi router to a different location to see if the level improves.

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Hi,

To add to @jainore  answer, try installing a WiFi scanner program [http://www.techspot.com/downloads/5936-inssider.html|here is a link] to see what the signal level is on your WiFi channel and if there is any interference coming from other networks which are using the same channel. If the signal level appears low, (remember that they are -ve values so the 'higher' the number the lower the signal level) try moving your printer or WiFi router to see if the level improves.

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