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HP L7780 all-in-one prints out of line

The printing is out of line to the paper edges as though the paper was fed onto the machine at an angle. I have checked all the internal rollers and feeders for damage, I have aligned the paper tray carefully, I have aligned the print cartridges and I have done a Semi-reset with no improvement. Any advice?

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If the paper is coming out out-of-align, that suggest the one of the roller need to be replaced.
either call HP to ge a maint. ket or replace rollers. Cost is high compare to the price of the machine.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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