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Most likely you have a bad print head? But is also could just be a dirty printhead in need of cleanning. Run this test patern after cleanning the printhead.

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Posted on Jun 16, 2014

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Find an appropriate area to align your lights. The ground should be almost perfectly, if not perfectly level. There should be a flat vertical wall against which you can shine your lights and clearly see the boundaries of the beams. There must also be enough room for you to park the Tacoma 25 feet back from this wall.
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