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Using glossy paper but lines appear

Have hp officejet v45 wanting to print good quality pictures using glossy paper but lines are appearing ???

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  • zoe_day Jul 22, 2009

    ive tried al of that already got new cartidge done al the checks it does but stil no gd print ... ???

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Try and clean the rollers by running system checks on the printer software or you may be running out of ink, try replacing your cartridges

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