123.HP.COM/setup 5746 - Printer Tech Support HP Officejet 5746 Setup & Installation

123.hp.com/oj5746 Printer Setup

  • On your 123.hp.com/setup 5746 device, select Network or Wireless menu.
  • Tap on Wireless Setup Wizard.
  • When asked, enter the SSID (network name) and WEP key (password).
  • Your printer will be connected to the wireless network shortly.
  • Now, print a test report to check if everything is fine with the printer.

Mobile printing makes you job easy. You can print any document or photo store in your device andprint it with your 123 HP Oficejet 5746 printer. Mobile printing is not just limited to Windows devices. A user can also print documents and photos from Google Chrome, Android OS and Amazon Kindle, Evernote as well.

NOTE: Your mobile device and the 123.hp.com/oj5746 printer should  be connected to the same network as your computer.

How to setup 123.hp.com/setup 5746 Printer 

How to set up the wireless connection using the HP Officejet 5746 printer software?

If you are yet to install your HP Officejet 5746 printer, use the CD that came in with the printer to install it and follow the steps below.

  • Windows: When asked, tap on the Wireless icon and then follow the on screen instructions displayed on the screen.
  • OS X: On the software CD, double-click on HP Installer option and performthe following tasks.


  • To open the 123.hp.com/setup 5746 printer software, click on it.
  • If you are using Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, touch Utilities.
  • Select Printer Setup & Software.
  • Now, touch Connect a new printer and follow the on-screen prompts.

Macintosh (OS X):

  • Open the Hewlett Packard folder and double click on the HP Utility icon located in the Applications folder.
  • Select Setup New Device from the Devices menu and then follow the on-screen instructions.

123hp setup oj5746 Paper tray alignment

  • On the Device Services tab, press Align Ink Cartridges. Now, the HP Officejet 5746 printer will print an alignment page.
  • Place the alignment page print side down on the scanner glass.
  • Follow the on screen instructions displayed on 123.hp.com/oj5746 printer to align the cartridges.
  • After aligning the cartridges, recycle or discard the sheet.


  • Double Check if you have used unused plain papers in the output paper tray.
  • If colored paper is placed in the input tray, the printhead alignment fails.
  • If the printhead fails repeatedly, clean the printhead.
  • If the problem is still not resolved, visit 123.hp.com/setup 5746.

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123 hpcom OJ 5746 ink cartridge installation

How to locate the cartridge number on the 123.hp.com/oj5746 printer?

  • To locate the cartridge number on the HP Officejet 5746 printer is one of the easiest tasks. Go to the cartridge access door and then look for the number In case if you are not able to find the cartridge number, you can also find it through the 123.hp.com/setup 5746 printer software.How to locate the cartridge number in the printer software?
    • Perform one of the following tasks based the operating system you use.
      • Windows 8: Right click on any empty area on your Start screen.Navigate to the app bar to click on All Apps. Now, you need to click and open the folder that has your printer’s name.
      • Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP: Start — >All Programs- – > HP – – >HP Officejet 5746
    • On your printer’s display screen, tap on Shop option and then select Shop for supplies online.

    How to choose right ink cartridges?It is advisable to use the original HP ink cartridges. The original cartridges havebeen designed and tested with the HP printers to produce excellent results time after  time.

    How to replace the ink cartridges?

    • Cross checked whether the 123.hp.com/oj5746 printer is switched on or not.
    • Stack enough paper on the paper tray.
    • Now, remove the cartridges by opening the access door.
    • Before removing the cartridge, make sure you wait until the print carriage moves to the right side of the 123.hp.com/setup 5746 printer.
    • Now, lift the cartridge tab to remove the cartridges from its slot.
    • To insert new ink cartridges, remove them from packaging.
    • Using the pull tab, take off the plastic tape.
    • Now, place new ink cartridge at an angle and slowly push it until it snaps into place.
    • Close the access door of the cartridge.
    • Align the print cartridges to see if it’s working.

123.hp.com/setup 5746 printer specification

There are several technical specifications for the HP Officejet 5746 series that should be checked and maintained.

  • Environmental Requirements
    • Recommended operating temperature range: 15ºC to 32ºC (59ºF to 90ºF)
    • The performance of HP Officejet 5746 series maybe distorted slightly in the presence of electromagnetic fields.
    • It is advisable to use a USB cable less than or equal to 10 feet in length to minimise notice because of high electromagnetic fields.
  • Print Specifications
    • The speed of printing may vary according to the document size and complexity.
    • The language used is PCL3 GUI
    • The method used is drop-on- demand thermal inkjet
  • Scan specifications
    • Optical resolution: up to 1200dpi
    • Hardware resolution: up to 1200*1200 dpi
    • Enhanced resolution: up to 1200*1200dpi
    • Bitdepth: 24-bit colour, 8-bit grayscale (256 levels of grey)
    • Maximum scan size from glass: 21.6*19.7cm (8.5*11.7 inches)
    • Supported File Types: BMP, JPEG, PNG, PDF, TIFF
    • Twain version: 1.9
  • Copy specifications
    • Digital image processing
    • Maximum number of copies varies according to every model
    • Copy speed of the document depends on its complexity and according to the modeltype.
  • 123.hp.com/setup 5746 Printer specifications
    • Colour or Monochrome : 1-pass colour
    • Cost per page colour) 17.0 cents
    • Input capacity (Printer input): 100 sheets
    • Maximum Scan area: Legal
    • Number of cartridges: 2
    • Duplexing scans: No
    • Connection type: USB Wireless
    • Inkjet type: Standard All purpose
    • Lifetime for photo-exposed: 11 years