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Lines in prints

I just got my printer dock, and it printed off about 5 pics then i started getting pics that came out with lines through them,, is there any way to stop this? becasue i bought it in a set with a camera and dont want to take it back,

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Re: lines in prints

Lines in printouts indicate lots of issues. Clogged printheads...even in a new printer, damaged cartridge, or air bubbles in ink. Take out the cartridges, clean the heads and the docks printhead, replace and try again. If no success, try standinf the cartidges upside down on wet paper towel, and bleed ink a little. This eliminates air bubbles. Try printing now. Clean heads with printer program too. If still no success, follow consumer rights which says you are entitled to a product doing what it says it should for a reasonable amount of time (if it turns out to be a faulty dock. Try a new cartridge too after claening to eliminate damaged cartridge.

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Key is flashing. Internet blue light is on. Printer gets signal for print job but won't print until I USB connect it to my Macbook OS 10.6.


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When you start a print job, you will see your printer icon appear in your Dock. Click the Printer icon to open the print queue, which is a list of print jobs that are printing, on hold, or paused. The print queue will also display messages sent from the printer.
You can alternatively open the print queue from the Print & Fax pane of System Preferences.

printer%20queue.png In the Print Queue toolbar you have these buttons:

  1. Delete - Deletes the selected print job.
  2. Hold / Resume - Will hold / resume the selected print job.
  3. Job Info - Shows details of the selected print job, such as job name, status, Completed, Job Message, and so forth.
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  6. Printer Setup - Lets you configure the printer's name and location details.
  7. Printer - Sets the Print Queue window into Printer mode.
  8. Scanner - Visible if you have a multi-function printer connected via USB. Click it to set the Print Queue into Scanner mode.
You can see what your print job looks like with Quick Look. Click the arrow on the print job just to the left of the Status column or select the print job and press the Spacebar.
From the Print Queue menu bar, the "Printer" menu has these additional options:
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  2. Make Default - Will set the printer pertaining to this Print Queue your default printer.
  3. Print Test Page - Will send the CUPS Printer Test Page to your printer.
  4. Network Diagnostics - Will bring up the Network Diagnostics application, used to check each layer of your network connection.
  5. Log & History - Used to open the Console application and show you the log entries for your current and past print jobs.
  6. Show Printer List - Will open the Print & Fax System Preference showing you the list of Print Queues.
From the Print Queue menu bar, the "Jobs" menu has these additional options:
  1. Show / Hide Completed Jobs - Will alternate Show / Hide in the Print Queue all completed printer jobs and completed functions, like checking the supply levels of your printer.
  2. Show Everyone's / My jobs - Will alternate showing Everyone's / My print jobs.
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printer%20proxy%20dock%20menu.png From the Dock menu you can see your printer's status, toggle Pause and Resume Printer, Auto Quit (once print job completes) on / off, and from the Options sub-menu you can toggle Keep in Dock on / off.

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Im getting a line through the photograph when the photo

For that problem kindly try doing the ff:

* Re-seat the inks both color and black then try printing
* Re-seat the Printhead of the printer then print again
* if problem still persist call 1800 421 6699 and the technical rep will replace the printhead

Hope this will help


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Hi, Found the described bar with the adjustment screws for the
springs. Tightened them and it seemed to move the picture over
about 1 extra centimeter of the picture. I tightened it further and screwed down the three allen wrench adjustment screws attached to the black electronic plate and got now half of the picture to print. So this is definately related to the pressure applied to the paper during the transfer of the image from the black electronic bar through the print cartridge film. I then noticed that the left plastic lever grommet (opposite side from the gears) that is used to push down the printing aparatus during printing was cracked and able to spin a bit around the metal dowel. This metal dowel has two plasting levers attached and the one without the gears seems to have had wear and tear and finally cracked. The pressure applied to the left side of the paper is now not enough due to lever being cracked. My screw tightening didn't cause this. So..... I took the dowel out by unhooking the gear side and lifting it out. I then fit the plastic lever in the dowel correctly (there is a flat part of the dowel showing the proper placement) and applied liquid nails (or super
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