AirPrint is not my officejet pro 8600

AirPrint is not my officejet pro 8600

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Go to settings on your iPad. Select the wifi.  Tap the blue arrow next to the network name in the list that your printer is on currently.  When the network settings page, make sure that the http proxy setting is set to auto.  This solves the same problem I had with the 8600 printer.  I hope this helps!

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