I have aproblem on a 1224c where it is puting feint lines on the back of a calibration copy about 1 cm from the edge of the paper .the line is about 1cm thick and 6.5 cm long,also repeat the calibration image on the same page
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Use the menus 1. Press OK to open the menus. 2. Press the Left arrow ( ) or Right arrow ( ) button to navigate through the listings. 3. Press OK to select the appropriate option. An asterisk (*) appears next to the active selection. 4. Press the Back arrow ( ) button to scroll back through the submenus. 5. Press X to exit the menu without saving any changes.
Color Calibration ? Power On Calibration. Specify whether the product should calibrate when you turn it on. ? Calibration Timing. Specify how frequently the product should calibrate. ? Calibration Mode. Specify the type of calibration the product should use. ? Normal ? Full (slower) Full calibration improves the color accuracy of photos printed on 100 x 150 mm (4 x 6 in) HP Color Laser Photo Paper. ? Calibrate Now. Set the product to calibrate immediately. NOTE: You must click Apply before your changes take effect.
Set the print quality to normal or best. Clean the printhead Run a calibration. The Kodak EasyShare AiO performs a calibration every time you install or replace a printhead. However, you can run a calibration if you are seeing changes in the image quality. Calibration aligns the printheads and performs a nozzle health check to enable high-quality prints. 1 Load the main tray or photo tray with photo paper. IMPORTANT: If you don't have any photo paper, you can use plain paper, but photo paper is highly recommended for calibrations. 2 Press and hold Photo and Cancel together to make a calibration print. 3 Follow the instructions on the calibration print to calibrate the printer.
The Colour toner more small and he does not disappear the blade a peelings, you it is necessary to check the magnetic hand on colour cartridge. If hand unevenly covers the magnetic gross to adjust the дозирующее blade. Clean the gross, insert the sheet of paper between dose and gross and release the bolts an dose blades, press the blade to paper aside gross magnetic, afterwards bolt the bolt. Extract the sheet. Clean all from the remainder of the toner. Check the blade a peelings drum if evaporation during stop main by breaker exists on drum, change rakel. The Period of rakel's work is measured by period of the work photo drum, beside 10 thousand sheets. Such effect more often exists from wear-out of rakel. Remind, black toner has grain more so he leaves the rakel. The Colour toner small and its clear requires new rakel.Udachi. fault has not an electronic reason. This mechanics.
HP Photosmart C7280 printer gets into a paper blockage mode that appears to be from its own mechanical parts - leaving 1.2cm wide indentations on the leading edge of the paper on its top left side starting at about 2 cm and sometimes also 7 cm from the corner. Happens in copy and print modes. Is there a fix for this problem?
I had a similar problem, the scanner bar was stuck to the far left side. Here's how I fixed it:
1)Unplug the printer, disconnect any cables/phone lines to it.
2)Lift up the entire scanner bed housing(you will see the printer ink cartridges).
3)Locate the access patch (approx 1 cm x 1 cm square) along the left edge of the scanner bed housing(this is the side that closes in, next to the keypad buttons).
4)Using a small knife blade, peel off the patch from the corners and edges(it's sticky. Save it, you can stick it back over the hole when you're done).
5)Stick a pen through the access hole, and push the scanner bar to the right, approximately 2-3 inches.
6)Now, close the scanner housing, plug in the printer, and power it on.
It should reset and re-calibrate the scanner bar. If it doesn't, repeat steps 5) and 6) a couple times, until the printer correctly performs calibration. Then, you can put the sticky patch back over the hole, and you're ready to go. Hope this helps!
Check status monitor see if cartridges are low or nearly empty , if new or full take out all cartridges and soak nozzles upright in cleaning solution overnight , or untill ink starts to bleed out:
Dab dry and re - fit , make up a A4 paper page with 6 colour bands about 1" high x 8" wide and print about 4 to 6 pages ,
check which colours are poor , if improvement is observed run
again a few times:
If one colour is poor take out that cartridge and soak again for a few hours , try again:
If no improvement replace with new cartridge or use a cleaning cartridge ( available on-line ) :
Using the head-cleaning utility shortens the life of the printer as the printer is set to lock-out after a pre-set use of the cleaning facility: and will have to be re-set instore: