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Vertical lines (no printing) on copy

How do access the command to clean print head?

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  • donbhoff Nov 13, 2008

    The "guru" after a couple of false starts told me to oput a sheet of paper in the feeder; press "Setup" put in 6 & 1.



    Voila! It worked.



    Thanks for your input.

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Make sure you have visited the HP web site for the OfficeJet 7310 (it's not the 10xi model, is it?)

Check out the page on troubleshooting copying problems.

See if your vertical lines issue is addressed on this page.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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