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My printer will only print all text on the high setting,on standard it prints with a lot of gaps.

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If its a canon or hp printer try changing the cartridge if inks have built in printhead, if not try changing the printhead. if its an epson printer only authorized service center are allowed to change the printhead. the reason for the horizontal banding in printouts is that some of the nozzles in the printhead are not functioning or clogged.

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