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My printer is printing letters in one corner of the page not like the print preview

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Disconnect the power and usb cable from the back of the printer and press and hold down the power button for 30 sec and then reconnect the cables and try again...open the backdoor and try to move the rollers in upward direction.Make sure the unit is connected directly to the walljack.

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