These days printers are cheaper than before. Why spend money and buy with no warranty.
I would never buy a printer or a computer second hand (used one) unless it is free.
If you are a business person why mess with the used stuff.
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I would check to ensure that the page size of both the driver and the printer are set to A4 and not letter. Most HP's will auto sub letter for A4 but if driver thinks paper is letter when it is actually A4 then the printout will not match.
Toner cartridge memory counts how many print outs passing through it, once memory sensed yield count crossed, printer will say that "low toner" , after couple of prints it will says to "replace the cartridge". If you refilled this cartridge with out replacing the memory printer will treats its old cartridge only.. Replacing the memory will solves your problem. Ideal memory chip...
normally you will need to let the printer know that you have preformed any maintenance on it by clearing the error count after such an error occurs and is fixed it is normally listed under general or service options on the printer menu but you may need to look through the users manual
1. uninstall the print driver THEN 2. download the latest version from the manufacturer and install it
This rules out the driver as the cause of the problem 1. Go to printers 2. Right Click on the Printer HP Laserjet 1320 3. Click on Printing Preferences 4. Click on Advanced 5. Double Click (to open) on Paper Output 6. Ensure that COPY COUNT is set to "1"
If it is already set to one, trick the system a little: 1. set it to 2 and save that setting 2. then go back in and set it to 1
Go to "printers and faxes." Right click on your printer and select "Printing preferences." Select "Advanced" tab Double click "paper output" If "Copy count=2" then change to 1 and apply IF IT ALREADY IS SET TO 1 THEN: Set "copy count=2" then APPLY Repeat the above and now set "copy count=1"
The process of setting and resetting the copy count fixed my issues.