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After a year in storage, the print heads are probably clogged.
Unless you regularly print photos, I'd always recommend a cheap laser printer. They use powdered toner just like a photocopier, which has an indefinite shelf life. Laser printers have no print heads to clog and they don't constantly waste expensive ink on self-cleaning cycles. You don't get colour printing, but that doesn't matter if you're just printing forms or work documents.
A decent laser printer with Ethernet and Wi-Fi costs less than £50, including a starter toner cartridge. If you need one with a scanner, that'll cost you £70. That's a greater up-front cost than an inkjet, but it'll pay for itself very quickly. Knock-off toner cartridges cost £18, last for ~2500 pages and work faultlessly.