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There are two scan modes when copies are made.When you make copies through ADF you originals go past small **** glass located to the left of the main exposure glass.Any small mark on this **** glass( correction fluid mark,ink mark,small scratch,dust particle and so on)will show as a line on your copy.So to get rid of these vertical lines on your copies you need to clean this small exposure glass.
Yes, it is. Select CX4600(4500)/CX36x0(3500)/RX42x(430)/PM-A700.
RX42x covers RX420/RX425.
Minimise to tray, click on icon in notification area and select protection counter - reset protection counter.
Its there for a reason mind, so replace or clean the overflow sponge first!
have you set the page setup in document is same with page setup at print setup. Some new epson printer use paper sensor to measure the paper width. If page setup wider than actually paper inserted, the printer will print only half page.
example : Your document 10 cm wide, page setup 20 cm, and you insert 10 cm paper wide. It will print only half of 10 cm, 5 cm.
My suggestion would be to totally un-install the printer and erase all traces of the driver(s). Search for them after the un-intall and erase them manually.
Re-install the printer and driver...reboot if nessasary...align the print heads...do a test pattern...then try and print your document. It might just be a corrupted driver...some would suggest just installing over the existing driver...but I've found doing it that way gives you the best chance of it working the first time.
Try deleting the printer, dissconnect the usb from the computer, reboot.
Install the driver from the CD again and follow directions which will tell you when to connect the printer.
See if this works.
Do NOT connect the printer till you are instructed to do so.
I've had a look at the user manual (which was very vague) but found that under the "Product Information" > "Control Panel Functions" there's an option to have A4 or 10x15cm sized paper output on the printer control panel. Make sure that the A4 selection is lit before you copy.