Question about HP Officejet 9110 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Leaving space at top of page

My 9110 All in One is leaving about a 2" space at the top. The settings are set at .50 and it is still doing this.........any solutions

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  • JIGP Dec 09, 2007

    same for my officejet 9120

  • mbk77 Apr 28, 2008

    Yes, my 9110 is no leaving about 2" or more at the top and it is also giving me spacer pages but not between every page.

    Got any suggestions?

  • allen smitty
    allen smitty Apr 30, 2008

    Same problem, I have a suspicion that it's something to do with the paper sensor on the carriage.

    In my case, it only happens when printing black only documents and will also sometimes give me a paper stall error (i belive to be related)

    No problems in color printing at all.


  • taifusm Sep 25, 2008

    My HP 9110 printer starting doing this also - with all kinds of documents, and even when copying. The solution to clean the encoder disc helped and I also vaguely cleaned the rotating carriage. Thanks so very much!

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I too had this problem...black prints would not feed properly. the same for fast print qualities.
also, color prints at normal quality wouldnt align perfectly (there would be gaps - white lines - in the print.) the only mode that would work with no problem was color prints at best quality. too slow. recently, the problem became worse and all black printing would immediately cause a paper jam / stall. i had to fix this prob, and found this page.

i just cleaned the encoder disc as suggested by zozo and everything works perfect now.
the disc is a clear wheel with some black alignment figures on it. there is a sensor mounted to read these figures. i wiped both sides of the disc with a slightly moist swab, just to see how dirty it was, and woah, problem solved.

thank you.

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You might try cleaning (or replacing if it's really bad) the encoder disc all the way on the left side of the carriage bar. The encoder strip on the back controls horizontal movement while the disc (wheel) controls vertical movement. An alcohol swab is your best bet, though you must have small arms and hands in order to clean it without taking the machine apart.

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I have another machine that is doing it as well.

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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