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HP J6480 Printer

This printer quits in the middle of a printed page, waits 20 seconds, and then finishes the page.
Will do it only some of the time.
No problems when printing 5 copies each of an 11 page job.

Makes -0- sense as most delays are on black print pages.

Can anyone help?

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