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Printer not printing full picture.

When  printing pictures, about 1/4 of the picture on one end does not print.  It remains white and along the edge the color is blurred.  I have tried several ink cartridges, but I get the same result.  Please help!!

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Re: Printer not printing full picture.

Check your settings and make sure you are setup for the right photo paper if you are, then try updating your driver.

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