Question about HP OfficeJet k60 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Installed a new computer with win 8.1 and now printer only prints partial page. I think it's mostly the left side or just the top
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok the link i put here for you is very long page of typing so for hp
i found you the link to go threw the alignment process
sorry i cant type the whole page for you but the link is here
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
We have had the same problem. I have found that if I close all windows not being used on the computer, then try to print the document again the entire document prints. This happens on an older computer we have that doesn't have alot of RAM.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
There sounds like there is somthing in the path of the printhead. Using a flash light, remove back cover of machine and look for a small piece of paper,etc. Be careful not to jam anything in to th machine. It may take running a thick piece of paper through manually with your hands to remove the object.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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you can bypass when asked and use last good settings by..Press and hold the Enter button, and then press Menu
This problem is caused by incorrect alignment page print out caused by faulty cartridges, ideal fix is replacement of all ink carts
HP have a webpage dedicated to this...h10025.www1.hp.com
Also get on your gloves get out your vac and suck on the carts till a little ink comes out, make sure colour cart releases all 3 colours then reinstall, can get messy.
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