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Black lines across my printer paper

Hi, I have an HP LaserJet 1300n printer. It is printing out paper with about 5-7 black lines across each page. Any idea what the problem might be? Thanks, Janet (mattjl@fusd.net)

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Potential driver error; reload driver. Once reloaded, go through all setup procedures [alignment of print head, etc]. Do not skip steps. The printer utilizes the setup features [user interface] as a calibration which is fundamental to its performance.

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