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The Office... | Answered 23 hours ago

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Toshiba e-studio... | Answered 23 hours ago

Toshiba studio 306 codigo 0188

Toshiba E-Studio... | Answered 23 hours ago

Uninstall all drivers in USB and CD-ROM!
Restart system..
Start fresh installation.

Samsung Office... | Answered Yesterday

I had the same problem; it happened with the first copy I tried to make directly from the printer's console - but only with the Black ink function - with the same original on the flatbed glass I then tried the Color function and it worked fine. But when I tried the Black copy function, the strong vertical lines appeared again - about 7, evenly spaced across the page and running the entire length of the page.

Nothing about cleaning any part made sense: the printer was brand new, out of the box, the color ink function worked fine to copy; so did making scan copies. It was only the black ink mode in the copy function with the original on the flatbed glass that produced the vertical lines.

What cleared it up was shutting it down, removing and re-inserting the power cord the other way, i.e., turning it around (which might have nothing to do with the outcome) and Voila! - no vertical lines with the black ink copy function - Go figure...

HP OfficeJet Pro... | Answered Yesterday

If you checked every part of the printer perfectly and you are entirely sure there is absolutely no paper jammed somewhere, then please check if all the rollers run smoothly and have no blockage. If needed, put some lubricant on the spinning parts to make it go smoother. Do a test run and see if it helped.

Canon Office... | Answered Yesterday

Repair it or have it repaired.

Dell Office... | Answered Yesterday

you r using another printer also so ur driver s r conflicted

HP LaserJet... | Answered Yesterday


Canon Office... | Answered Yesterday

Between 1/6 and 1/4 cup, according to the owners manual found here:

Paragon red 1911... | Answered Yesterday

Mostly you can stretch a spring up a little when you get it out of the casing. Otherwise you have to stretch it in phases, by pulling on it with tweezers from loop to loop. It requires a lot of dedication, but should work.

HP Photosmart... | Answered Yesterday

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