Uneven printing. When I print up my journal, the printing comes out wavy. I have cleaned and done all the options that I know about which isn't that much, sad to say. I just don't know how to get a clear print out and stop the waviness.
Re: the letters of the document when printed are wavy
Have you tried copying on the printer, will it also print wavy as well?
Because if you can copy fine and you cannot print properly using your printer it might be your computer. Why not use another application or program on your computer. In that case you can compare which has the issue.
Program such as MS Word, Powerpoint, Paint, Photoshop, etc
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Usually emails are compressed in such a way that they take very little space therefore their font sizes are always small. Due to this before printing you are supposed to increase the font size before printing is done otherwise the prints are bound to come out small like font size 3 or 4. The best way to do this is to increase the size of the display before printing is done. you can increase the display size by using the ctrl and + keys. Press down the ctrl and press the + accordingly and the display will become bolderdo this to the document print preview before printing. Hope this solution has been helpful? Please feel free to request further assistance. Happy new year to you.
Black printer ink in HP Printer may fail to be recognized by the printer. Most times an error message will be sent indicating that something is wrong with the black print cartridge. Sometimes the printer may accept to print with the black ink, but the printouts may have horizontal lines and very illegible letters. In such a case a manual cleaning of the print head should be carried out. In doing the manual cleaning, one should spray Windex heavily on paper towel and wipe off the surface of the print head.
1. Remove lid/top
2. Move blue lever left or right to unlock ribbon roll
3. Loosen ribbon or tighten as needed -
NOTES: If ribbon roll is too tight it will show wrinkles; it should look smooth if positioned correctly; if too tight it will not print portions of some letters; keep re-positioning if this does not work after first try.
4. Use flat-head screw driver to adjust front uptake (used) ribbon-roll as needed to make it smooth too. Lift out & re-position, if you need to.
THIS WORKED FOR ME but I had to re-do my re-positioning of both rolls several times before it began printing 100% of letters again. Journal Kentucky Lexington Monitor www jklm us
we have similar problem. my printer is canon mp 145. straight lines become wavy and some letters are italics when printed out. it was corrected when i used print head alignment but that was true when printing from my computer and not when using the copier. when using the copier lines still comes out wavy and i cannot correct it until now. please post when you solve your problem. i hope it will help you and i hope you can help me
Most fax machines delete the fax data once they are successfully printed out, so I very much doubt this can be done, unless your machine has been set to store received documents(very doubtful).
You will be able to print the journal which shows the fax traffic....no of pages, date/time/duration/number etc. but that?s about it I'm afraid.
I doubt it's the copier, sounds more like a application or board problem, my first suggestion would be to re-install the driver. the other would be to target the hard drive or memory/ mother board of the network of the copier
It should be in the manual how to change this but within the menu button you will need to sort through and enter the one that says TTI settings within there, there should be a auto journal section you should set that to error only so when a document doesn't go a error sheet is printed.
Please let me know if you cannot find the manual as I will try and find one from work.