the printer breaks

I have a C4780 into one connected wireless via airport to a Macbook.  Lately I have partial impression of delays in printing, and paused in printing. I called HP and did all the things, the tech told me to do and it improved for a day.  I tried online support, but the site does not recognize my serial number and product number.  Help!  I'm wasting paper, time and patience.  It worked great up until a month ago

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We will set an IP address of the printer:

-Print a the front of the printer Network Setup Page. Note the IP address of the printer.
-Enter the IP address in a browser to reveal the internal settings of the printer.
-Choose the network tab, then wireless along the left side, then on the IPv4 tab.
-On this screen, you want to set a manual IP address. You must assign an IP address outside the range that the router sets automatically (called the DHCP range). Yours is 10.0.1.2 a.200.  We will use 10.0.1 220 for your printer.
-Apply the subnet 255.255.255.0 (unless you know it's different, if so, use it)
-Enter the IP of your router (trimmed du.1) for the bridge and the first DNS. Let the second white.
-Click 'apply '.

Now, stop the router and printer, start the router, wait, and then start printing.

Finally, we will restore the print system:

-Sys Prefs, Print & Fax
-Right (control) click inside the box that lists your printers and select Reset Printing System.
WARNING - This will remove ALL your printers!
-Select the sign + to add again. Search for the printer, select it, and wait until the button 'Add' becomes available. Until it clicks.

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