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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CX6600 horizontally cuts text
The problem may be that you have a clogged nozzle in the print head. Run a nozzle check pattern and check the results. If the pattern printed is broken for any colour, run a head clean. You should also check the print head alignment, as it may have gone askew. I f you do not have the facility to run an alignment check, get hold of the Epson Adjustment software (try http://www.TheServiceManualShop.com) and that will do the job for you.
Posted on Jun 18, 2007
SOURCE: white lines appear in printing
Try changing the driver settings to a higher or lower quality output. If the problem changes it would suggest that the alignment is till not quite right. This sounds like a BiDirectional mis-alignment issue. You could also try my under head cleaning routine, which is cheap and easy and solves many problems. Review my previous post about cleaning HERE -> http://www.fixya.com/support/t137335-problem_print_outs_from_printer
Posted on Sep 28, 2007
Do a nozzle check and determine if a head cleaning is required. I'm betting that a couple of headcleanings will solve the problem.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Do the cartridges ride on the printing carriage, or do they plug in somewhere else in the machine and have hoses that run the ink to the print head? If they ride on the printing carriage and the cartridge is new, there could be a short in the printer and it needs repair. Check if there's ink smeared on the print head or part of the printer. Generously clean the print heads with lots of paper towels and rubbing alcohol. If that doesn't work, to see if it's an issue with computer, print a test page from the printer, but don't send the print job from the computer. You need a print job generated from inside the printer itself. Not every printer can do this, but try pressing paper feed, holding down paper feed and power, or holding down cancel and power. If the blue lines disappear then but they didn't when you cleaned the heads, it's a software issue.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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