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Horizontal dotted lines in color picture printing with epson workhorse635

Only color picture printing produces fine dotted horizontal lines spaced virtically at 1/2 inch intervals, even when using best paper and high dpi output settings.

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SOURCE: Epson 9800 Prints black dotted vertical line

This is a workaround - I too need a definitive answer. Symptom: black dotted vertical line 1/2 to 3/4" from leftmost image edge. I have begun adding single vertical line to my prints .25" from the left edge of the paper to force the "dots" off my print - this seems to have the desired affect, but it does not answer the cause or provide a true remedy (it will save many of your prints while we wait for complete solution). dkh

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SOURCE: Black lines interferring with printouts

Not really sure what you mean by lines on your documents, but you could have excessive ink spilled on your printer rollers.or the page bar,,this can usually be remedies by taking the printer apart and carefully cleaning all of the surfaces the paper run against.

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SOURCE: lines across horizontal on my printed piece

Do a nozzle check and determine if a head cleaning is required. I'm betting that a couple of headcleanings will solve the problem.

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SOURCE: printer keeps printing lines across the page of 1

Width of head sprayer (head output) of black is about 1". Check nozzle. It might be some point of head spayer distort. See check nozzle ouput. There are tranversal and vertical lines that represent same point of head sprayer. Is the output perfectly straight and no clog at all? Do head cleaning procedure.

Posted on Aug 21, 2009

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