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Printing problem I have an OKI printer C5540 mfp, everytime I print anything it prints a second page of 1 line as follows:- 09,2,1,7,1;F11;PU202,1899DI;LB *Di;PU202,1791DI;LB *DI;PU202,1682DI;LB *DI;PU2 Where I have put * in the above it is actually a heart symbol in the line. (can't find that symbol on my keyboard) Any help please it is such a waste of paper!!

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Re: Printing problem

Try re-installing or updating the printer driver

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