Question about Kodak EASYSHARE 5100 All-In-One Printer
I insalled new ink calibrated my printer when printing a photo it looks like a negative
First Check For Setting in the software and if problem persist the change cartridge.
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: printing partial photo
You have answered questions regarding people who have photo printers. The questions asked are based on thermal transfer image printers, not bubble jet as your answers seem to be based on. FYI if people are having issues with their thermal printers, particularly with pictures printing, "Printing" partial pages, how in the world could you deduce that there is a driver issue? You've been more harmful than helpful. If for some reason there is "No" printing being done, then sure 25% of the problem could be drivers or firmware issues. However if it all of a sudden happens, then we have to think of it like a chain on a bicycle suddenly
breaking. Which in this case has a percentage of 50% or greater being the problem.
The lucky ones, (those w/ mechanical aptitude) can simply open the printer and make the screw adjustment(don't get me wrong it's time consuming and tedious) but the unlucky ones will find a cracked gear assembly which depending on the seriousness may be able to be repaired with "Model Glue". The recommended action is to follow your warranty, should
you not have one, guess what, these models are no longer manufactured for this exact reason. Which is why Kodak changed the color to Black on the new ones. So remember, if you buy it on sale... You now have full experience as to why the item was on sale in the first place, same goes with Manufacturer coupons as well!!!! If you want an item to last you don't buy it on sale, that old wives tale of 'Overstocked Item' is a gimmick
and remember to follow the item you purchased at full price. If all of a sudden the items price drops to half price, contact the manufacture to find out why, you may have a hidden problem, and if you contact them inside your warranty range you stand a good chance of receiving a voucher for a replacement model to keep you from getting to the point you are in currently. Good luck, and remember if it's on sale, you should reconsider how long you are going to long you need the product before you buy
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Posted on Jul 07, 2008
On many printers (i can't speak specifically to yours) there is a "negative" setting.
All I can suggest is to browse through your printer properties:
"Printers and faxes"
"right click" the printer icon"
Then "left click" on "properties"
Then browse in your "printing preferences" though all of the buttons and you will likely find a "negative" setting or something similar. then deselect it.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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