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1600n Printing an Extra Page everytime...

I know this is probably a simple fix, but I moved the printer and now it prints a Extra page with EOJ on it every time I print.

How do I stop this

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  • howdog Nov 16, 2008

    I have the same problem and I can't find any way to stop it.

  • opling Nov 23, 2008

    Same here. Page with EOJ prints after every print job

  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    every document printed on mhy dell 1600n prints an extra page with EOJ on it.

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I had a computer experiencing the same problem.
I found under the printer properties that there was 2 drivers listed; both say "Dell Laser MFP 1600n PCL 6"
I swtiched the settings from one to the other.
The Printing Preferences also show more options.

  • Open the Printer(Control Panel->Printers>Dell MFP 1600n)
  • On the menu at the top click Printer->Properties
  • Click the tab at the top Labeled Advanced
  • Change the driver and Click Apply
This should fix your problem.

Posted on Nov 27, 2010

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Log into the web interface for the printer.
On the left, click "Printer Settings"
Select "Setup Menu"
Change the top option, "Emulation" to "PS3"
This fixed the problem for me printing from win7, Vista, and Linux.

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