HP Deskjet F 300 going 'Offline' and not printing

What is the simple solution to my HP DeskjetF300 often going 'Offline'
Howcan I stop this happening?
How do I get it back?

Hi kencorn,
Welcome to the HP Forums!
I noticed that your HP Deskjet F300 keeps going offline, and not printing. I am happy to help!
For further assistance, I will need the following information:
The Product/Model Number of your printer. Follow instructions in this link. Finding Your HP Product Model Number.
If you are using a Windows or Mac Operating System, and the version number. To find the exact version, visit this link. Whatsmyos.
If the printer is connected, Wireless, Ethernet, or USB.
If the printer is able to make copies.
If the power cable is plugged into a surge protector, or directly to the wall outlet. Issues when Connected to an Uninterruptible Power Supply/Power Strip/Surge Protector. This applies to Inkjet printers as well.
If you are using Windows, please try our HP Print and Scan Doctor, and let me know what happens!
Hope to hear from you soon!
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