Checks attached to liners keep getting shot out without printing
I then get message, "please remove the paper and re=insert it with the printable side facing down. then press OK. I was inserted correctly and I even change liner to have a new clean surface to grip. Still, always getting shot out without printing with same message.
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Turn on the Epson 875DC and the attached computer. Make sure the cable between the two devices is securely in place.
Remove any paper that is in the printer's feeder tray. Place the 4x6 photo paper printable side up in the tray, with the support sheet at the bottom of the stack of photo paper. Adjust the paper guides so they are pressed against the margins of the paper.
Open the photos to be printed in your computer software program of choice. When you are ready to print the photos, click on the "File" link at the top of the window, then choose "Print." Click on "Properties" and select "4x6" for the paper size and "Photo Paper" under the paper type. Click "OK" to close the "Properties" window, then click "OK" again to print the photos.
Find a printer that prints directly on a CD;
this is becoming a popular feature and these printers are getting more
Buy some printable media. Printable media is a bit harder to
find and a bit more expensive but you need a special surface that will
absorb the ink. They will be marketed as "inkjet printable" discs. Look
for them online or at your electronics store.
Set up your printer for CD-R printing. Chances are your
printer can print on paper and CDs, so you'll have to let your printer
know what you are up to. In your printer properties, select CD or DVD as your media
type. You can do this from the print dialog right before you print.
Clean the rollers. You can do this by running a clean sheet
of paper through the printer without printing anything. Load up several
sheets of paper and press the cancel button to feed it through. Do this a
Pull out the tray. This may be a separate part of your
printer or built-in. Read the manual and learn how to pull it out
properly before you go yanking at random and breaking things.
Place the CD in the tray. Make sure there is no dust or paper
scraps on the tray and place the CD on the tray so it lies flat and the
printable side is facing up. For smaller CDs, place the adapter first
and then put the CD down.
Insert the CD tray into the printer. If the tray was attached
to the printer, put it back where it came from. For separate trays you
may need to wait until you are ready to print and load it into the
Design your label. Your printer will have come with label
designing software. Take some time. Make it pretty.
Print. Double check your print settings and print directly
onto your CD. Choose "File" then "Print" and click "Okay." If you are
loading manually, now is the time. Manual loading slots are usually on
Allow your CD to dry. It is recommended to let it sit for 24
hours. There is a lot of ink on there and you do not want to ruin it
Remove the paper and make sure it's not curled or wrinkled.
Fan the stack to make sure the sheets are separated.
Open the paper support and pull up the extension.
Extend the output tray.
Flip the feeder guard forward. Squeeze the edge guide and slide it left.
Insert paper, printable side up and short edge first, against the right side and beneath the tab.
You can load up to 100 sheets of 20 lb plain paper or up to 20 sheets of photo paper.
Slide the edge guide to the edge of the paper, but not too tightly.
Follow these guidelines when loading paper:
Do not load paper above the arrow on the edge guide.
If multiple pages feed at once, remove the paper from the sheet feeder, fan the edges to separate the sheets, then reload it.
If you're printing on both sides of the paper, try loading fewer sheets.
If it's wrinkled when it ejects, the paper may be damp or too thin.
Do not load paper with holes punched in it for insertion in a binder.
Load the printable side face-up. It's often brighter or whiter than the other side.
Load letterhead or preprinted paper top edge first.
If you experience paper feeding problems, try loading fewer sheets.
If you're using special paper, check the package for special loading instructions.
Follow these steps to reload paper in the Automatic Document Feeder:
Remove the paper and make sure it's not curled or wrinkled.
Tap the originals on a flat surface to even the edges.
Move the edge guides outward.
Insert the originals face-up. You can load up to 30 letter-size sheets at a time. If you load legal-size sheets, insert only 10 sheets at a time. Make sure the originals are not creased or folded and do not have tape, staples, or other materials that could obstruct the feeder.
actually the gears in the printer are got worn out or some thing is blocking the gears so its not able to turn the paper internally to print on the right part of paper.and its printing upside down.remove the cartridge from the printer.and apply air blower in the inner area of printer.remove all the dust collected in the printer by blowing air everywhere in the printer.then check out if still the same problem the paper sliding gears needs to be replaced.you can get the gear assembly for local printer repair shop.they also help if replacing the gear assembly.
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Does it still print on plain paper? Check to see if you are missing one or more labels as they may have come off and onto a roller or other part. I've found that label sheets with any labels removed prior to printing are always prone to loosing labels in the process of traveling through the printer.
Use The Recommended Print Area
For the best
printing results, adjust the top and bottom margins of your document to
within the recommended printing area shown below.
Click on the paper size listed for the recommended print area settings: A4 / B5 / A5 / 4 x 6 / 4 x 8 / 5 x 7 / Credit Card, Letter and Legal, Envelopes (DL / COM#10) Caution:
When printing is performed outside the recommended printing area, the
top and bottom edges of the paper may curl, the print quality may
deteriorate, or the printed side may be smudged.
The printer has both the recommended print area and the printable area, according to the paper size.
Recommended print area: This indicates the recommended print area.
Printable area: Although this indicates the printable area, degradation of print quality may occur. Note:
Set Borderless Printing to print without margins.
In Duplex Printing, the printable area of the paper's header is approximately 2 mm narrower than usual.
your getting a 383 paper jam, find paper in two different places.
See if it's a duplex related problem. print single sided documents, if that works, try printing two sided documents (it'll be the duplexer) if it only fails while printing duplex.
Also, check the back door. Make sure the back exit tray is closed all the way.
You can also have a paper jam in the duplex unit (open the front door), the duplex unit slides out the front. You can easily remove the duplex unit and run the printer without it.