When I send queries to this printer, it runs every page over the perf before starting a new page. Line spacing seems to be more than single space, not quite double space. There is no setting for line spacing, other than proportional spacing. I'm using fast draft, 10cpi. Form length is set correctly at 11. Help!
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This sounds like an Microsoft Excel issue. The Windows printer driver controls how printing is done regardless of your printer settings.
Excel controls the format of your page with column widths and line height. Depending on your version of Excel, after selecting your print range and your margins, you will need to go to Page Setup and select "Fit to" -- select 1 page wide and a larger number of pages tall.
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REGISTRATION F-PERF DETECTOR: No PERFS within 1.1 sec (2-frames) after start-up.
At the beginning of a print cycle, Logic and Control measures the duration between MAIN DRIVE AY energizing and the detection of the first F-PERF by the REGISTRATION SENSOR. If more than 1.1 seconds (2-frames) have elapsed before the first F-PERF is detected, a P2X30 will be recorded in memory and a shutdown will occur.
the image loop has perfs or slits that the machine uses for position and timing of the paper and image. usually damaged loop edge, sensor, or loss of drive will cause this error.
You don't say what kind of printer or computer so it's a little hard to narrow down what is happening. That said, it sounds like you've running out of disk space while the print driver is trying to make data to send to the printer. If you can print the 1st few pages (try 4, then 3, etc.) then this is almost certainly happening. Check how much free space is available on your hard drive.
Check the front paper exit rollers for fit and alignment also the paper deck guides close to the planten area, if the printer is dropping print vertically down one side of the page, this can be caused by debris or anything that lifts the caridge assy the slightest bit, also check the print head seating and ribbin cable for proper alignment
Sounds like the configured paper sized does not match the actual paper page height. So that when it does Top Of Form paper movement the paper stops slightly too low. Doing several form feeds should confirm this. If this is it then reconfigure the paper size to match the paper. Also measure to paper to see if it matches what you want it to be.