Question about Kyocera FS-3830N Laser Printer
I have a Kyocera FS-3830N that when I print documents (Mostly Word & Excel) it's missing certain letters. The letters that are completely missing from most the documents are "S", "T", "U", "X", "Z". It's also missing an occasional "A", "N", "B". There was also a document that looks like it only printed the capital letters. The letters that do print are dark in color and are randomly spread out on the page, so I don't think it's running low on ink. I've tried restarting my computer, as well as my printer, but it didn't help.
I have this prob as well, you can try changing from their PCL (thier KPDL or whatever its called) driver to postscript..... Its a bit slower, but I guess thats the sacrifice we made to ensure everything actaully printed.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Updating the driver will solve your problem. Go the Kyocera web page and look under legacy printers in the download area
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Check that you are using the latest print driver - from kyocera website.
2. If the issue is when you print pdf files then make sure you set the printer in KPDL Auto mode - check the print driver settings about this and the printer menu.
3.You may check if you have the latest firmware installed within the printer - print a service status page (Menu->Others->Service).
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
SOURCE: printer queue
I have seen things similar to what you describe. Most likely it is due to a PC setting that retains jobs in the queue. Conceivably, if you have a hard drive in the printer, it is a setting that may be corrected by logging in to the printer's IP address. I have not ever seen it caused by the printer, alone.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
make sure you are using the KX PRINTER DRIVER first
tray changing the pdl format
in the printers and faxes area right click on your printer
right click go to properties.
click on device settings tab (you have this if you are using the KX driver)llhopefully you are
you will see a button (pdl) click on pdl
changed pdl to pcl5e
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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