We recently purchased a Dell 1320c laser printer and the quality of the print is fantastic - but if you look closely, the yellow ink is slightly misaligned. This affects printing red lines for example. It's only slightly off but is there a way of realigning the printhead?
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Today I installed my new printer Dell Color Laser Printer 1320c. I cannot print as documents sent to spooler. I tried reinstalling. o good. I disabled spooler...no good. I'm a technophobic with little spare time, running own business and cannot print the documentation I need. Any help out there?
I had this problem with my 1320c. Was about to chuck the printer out. The solution I found was: 1. take out PHD unit by undoing 4 twist clips. (read instructions on how to do this without damaging anything) 2. Carefully turn over and tap out all loose toner. (I had large accumulations of yellow toner). 4. Clean up; replace PHD unit and 4. Make sure all 4 toner cartridges are seated snugly in from side door. Good luck
page 30 of the 1320c manual it says this signifies the coming end of the
PHD (print head device). I cannot find a part number or reference to
the PHD on the Dell web site pages connected with this printer