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Printout cuts off partway down the page

The printout is cutoff and continues on another page may be two instead of using up a single page. The last line may cut off the bottom part of the letters.

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  • garfield_spe Nov 21, 2008

    My printer prints parts of a page sometimes. It will continue on a second page, but might or might not use the entire 2nd page. It continues this pattern all the way through the print job. It may cut off the bottom half of the sentence like cutting the page with a scissors horizontally. Setting to A4 as opposed to letter does not help.

  • garfield_spe Nov 21, 2008

    prints only half page. Uses more sheets than it's supposed to.

  • garfield_spe Nov 21, 2008

    Any application that I print from has the same problem. Microsoft word, a web page, even a test page gets cut off half way down and it doesn't cut off evenly. The lower half of the sentence cuts off, and starts on the next sheet. Uses too many sheets for the job.

  • garfield_spe Nov 21, 2008

    Letter or A4, I get the same results. I have been using this printer for several years and this is a new one on me. I have had problems before but not like this. I set it to A4; Iset it to letter. No difference. This problem started out of the blue, and on 3 different computers.

  • garfield_spe Nov 21, 2008

    well on vista it finds the driver by itself and in the beginning since I started using vista everything was fine until recently.

  • garfield_spe Nov 22, 2008

    Ok, now I have a problem code. during all these trial and errors while the printer tries to initialize it gets a E: 0145-0001. Now I can't do anythig. What does that error code mean?

  • garfield_spe Nov 22, 2008

    E: 0145-0001 is on the printer screen. Should it clear it off of the printer screen?

  • garfield_spe Nov 22, 2008

    Not a fax machine.

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Printer needs servicing and resetting again.get the printer serviced internally  from some proper technician .then uninstall the printer drivers from your pc completely.and then reload the printer again.this will automatically detect the new settings and will work properly as before.
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Hi!!!

re-install the printer driver!!
perform maintenance
is the same problem check the usb cable

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Scroll through the menus and set your fax parameters to AUTO REDUCTION

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HI THINK YOU HAVE PROBLEM WITH PAPER FEEDER

    • Paper tray/feeder - Most inkjet printers have a tray that you load the paper into. Some printers dispense with the standard tray for a feeder instead. The feeder typically snaps open at an angle on the back of the printer, allowing you to place paper in it. Feeders generally do not hold as much paper as a traditional paper tray.
    • Rollers - A set of rollers pull the paper in from the tray or feeder and advance the paper when the print head assembly is ready for another paSS.

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The rollers move the paper through the printer.

    • Paper feed stepper motor - This stepper motor powers the rollers to move the paper in the exact increment needed to ensure a continuous image is printed.

  • Power supply - While earlier printers often had an external transformer, most printers sold today use a standard power supply that is incorporated into the printer itself.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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The error u get is because some of the drivers files are corrupted.uninstall the printer and reinstall it again to overcome the corrupt file problem

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Goto Hp.com and download the printer driver and associated software.
uninstall the software for the printer from control pnale>> add and remove program.
re-install the downloaded software.
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodNameId=21433&prodTypeId=18972&prodSeriesId=27092&swLang=8&taskId=135&swEnvOID=228

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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    Frank Nov 21, 2008


    check make sure the setting is not LASERJET.



    When printing documents formatted for a LaserJet, pages in your

    document may get cropped, truncated or the content of one page

    may overflow to the next. Set the Emulate LaserJet Margins

    option in the printer driver.

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Hi,

Offhand, three (3) possibilities:
the paper size is set wrong in the Printer Setup of the application;
the paper size is set wrong in the Paper Type of the of the Printing Preferences of Printer Properties; or
the printer has a firmware/hardware fault.

Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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Re-intall the printers software, that will reset the printer to defaults, print a test page to verify page size



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Can you share with us what application you are printing from. sounds like a page break was inserted into that document..the other thing you can do is to do a print preview, before printing, that will show you what it actually looks like. if that looks fine, then you'll need new printer drivers, which may be corrupted.

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To nail-down what's causing the issue, print a test page from the computer (windows test page from the printer driver properties).

If the above test passes, check the page setup in your application.

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Check on the printer settings, that the printer is set to print in the same format loaded in the tray.

Set the printer to print A4 and not letter format.

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    Ginko Nov 21, 2008

    There is a reason if I insist.

    You are telling me "Setting to A4 as opposed to letter "

    That means it was set to letter.

    If you had letter settings before, as you told as, and you were using A4 pages , that is the problem.

    Letter is not just a generic term, is a paper size format longer than A4.

    Ensure that on the printer settings on LCD display you have A4 settings , and also ensure that at the same time the computer has A4 settings.




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    Ginko Nov 21, 2008

    Then you are reading my solutions.... Check both settings instead of refusing the solution at start, I am telling that on majority of print going over layout is because of paper format settings , either on the printer or on the computer settings.

    Otherwise, and you do not want to know this, it is a fault either with paper loader encoding, or with paper loading system, and does not cost less than $100 to fix (if you are lucky).

    Normally is just a setting problem concerning paper size, and you fix it by adjusting settings on computer and on printer.

    Letter format should not be used, unless you bought a paper called Letter and not A4.


  • Ginko
    Ginko Nov 21, 2008

    If this happens on three different computers, then is the printer, and drivers got nothing to do, printer drivers do not get faulty on three different computers at same time.


    Do the following:

    1 Check printer paper settings on printer LCD , not on the computer.

    Remove printer toners.

    Unplug printer power cable.

    Plug back printer and reinstall toner.

    Print a test page from the printer.

    If you still have the problem, it is probably a faulty paper loading system on the printer, call the service number listed on the user manual to get support.


  • Ginko
    Ginko Nov 22, 2008

    I told you the printer was faulty, the error code is not on service manual, if you call HP they will tell you the same.

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