Question about HP CB092A Hewlett packard officejet 8000 a809 inkjet printer -
I print a lot of journal articles, and I print them 2 pages to a side, on both sides of the sheet. Pages 1 & 2 would be on the front side, 3 & 4 would be on the back, and I could turn the page on the short edge with text on both sides of the sheet facing the same direction. After re-installing my HP printer software, the back side of the sheet (pages 3 & 4) prints upside down no matter what setup I try, and I have to flip on the long edge (like a sketch book) to be able to read the backside of the sheet. I would like to be able to print with the text on all sides of the paper in the same orientation. Checking "Flip on Long Edge" or "Flip on Short Edge" doesn't help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP 4si
Hi, When I've worked on printers with this problem in the past it usually comes from the high voltage power supply going bad. There is also a low voltage power supply that runs everything except the actual printing so your printer will still operate without any errors but the print quality will go bad. The high voltage power supply is located under the bottom of the printer and it's too hard to replace. I can't advertise for any place on this site, but if you type in the part that you need into a search engine and look for parts on everyone's favorite bidding web site you should find the parts you need. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 04, 2007
Which tray are you using? I would print the odd number pages then load the paper with the odd pages already printed in tray 1 with the printed image side down. Additionally, if I remember correctly you can open up the rear of the printer and the printed pages will exit straight out the back instead of having to make another turn inside the machine. The straighter the paper path you provide, the less likely the paper will jam.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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