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This printer prints a weird mark down the center of the page

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Check your print cartridge, your fusing element, and your transfer roller.

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How or what needs to be cleaned, to remove an equal distant mark on center of the page every 76mm (3 inches).


Remove the drum unit and toner from the printer. Separate the toner from the drum. Look at the surface of the drum, rotating using the drive sprocket at one end. Look for a mark or foreign material on the surface of the drum in the same position as it is on the printed page. If you find anything, use a clean, dry kleenex tissue folded into a pad to carefully remove the mark and clean the drum. The 3 inches corresponds to the distance around the drum as it rolls down the page. If the mark cannot be removed, the drum should be replaced, it is a consumable that wears out in any case.

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5100n Prints duplicate images


Sounds like another bad fuser

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My printer is printing weird symbols


Try this:
Click Start, then internet explorer, then tools, then internet options, advanced tab, reset button, a new window appears then reset, close Ok.

Jul 08, 2009 | Compaq Inkjet IJ650 Printer

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Only prints three letters down center of page


You have the wrong driver Download and install correct driver for this printer from HP website

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Double sided printing Pixma MP520


here's how:

print double sided pages

1. Set your computer software for double sided printing if you have a printer that is compatible. Double sided printers are generally professional style machines, and most offices, schools and libraries will have them. On a PC, go to the drop down "File" menu and select "Double Sided Printing" under the "Preferences" or "Properties" window and print. If you have a MAC, click "Copies and Pages" under the "File" menu, select "Layout" and then click on "Long-Edged Binding" and print.
2.Print double sided with your standard home printer, again, by setting your PC writing software. When you are ready to print, click on the drop down "File" menu and select "Print." From the "Print" window select "odd pages only," or "even pages only."
3.Set your odd and even pages a bit differently if you are working with MAC writing software. Select "Print" from the drop down "File" menu and click on the arrow to drop the "Copies & Pages" menu. Under the "Copies & Pages" menu, select "Paper Handling" and then click on "Odd Numbered Pages" or "Even Numbered Pages."
4.Select "Odd Pages Only" or "Odd Numbered Pages" and then print as usual. It is a good idea to mark the top of your first page with a pencil so that you know the direction and side of the page your printer prints. Use the mark to determine how to turn your pages and place them back in the printer. Select "Even Pages Only" or "Even Numbered Pages" and print again. $('.Article .Steps .Image').each(function(i,e){ e = $(e); e.find('img').error(function(){ $(this).unbind(); e.remove(); }); });

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Printing blank page at the end of every printing job


Hi Keren,

1) Are you sure it is the printer, not the software application ?

Try printing a single "Hello World" message from "Notepad"

If there is no blank page at the end of it, the problem is in
the specific software app: Office, Word, Excel, etc...


2) What application are you printing from?

a) Check the page and print setup.

b) Make sure the application's "page size" and the printer's
paper size are consistent. Pay special attention to
metric paper sizes vs English:

E.g. A4 vs Letter

If the page with margins is bigger than the paper, it will
generate a new page, even though there are no visible
characters on it.

c) Check the print margins within the page setup:
In MS-Office: File ---> Page Setup --->

d) Add a single character to the very bottom of your
document, and see if it wraps around onto the last page.

Microsoft office applications are notorious for wrapping
the last PARAGRAPH character onto the next page if
it does not quite fit onto the paper.

e) if you are using MS WinWord, go into options and set it
to display all special characters:

Check to make sure that there are no page-breaks at
the end of the document.

Also look for extra paragraph marks/ carriage returns,
and check the format settings on the last paragraph
mark in the document:

Page brake before...
Keep lines together ....
Widow and orphan control ...

which can cause the last paragraph mark to generate a
new page. If the last paragraph mark is not formatted
the way you want it, make sure that you save the
TEMPLATE after you change it, since this is the
DEFAULT setting for all new documents.

Finally it is also possible for Windows applications to look
different on the screen than the final print due to small
(but cumulative) True Type Font (TTF) computation erros,
such that a 10 page document on the screen can actually
page-split in weird places printing as 11 pages.

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I have the identical model of printer, and it does NOT seem
to have any settings for printing banners or adding separator
pages, at least not in my printer driver, but this is NOT to say
that the applications you are using are not causing this
problem.

I hope this gets you started.

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Martin


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Word 2007 Booklet Graphics print on wrong page.


did you try to preview your work and see if its coming out on the page like you want before you print try that and see if it looks right before you do your work, I don't know if that will help you out but I hope so.

Dec 31, 2007 | HP Media Center m7060n PC Desktop

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Black line in center on manual feed


If you are getting marks on copies but not prints then it is the small slit of glass prior to copy glass that is marked/dirty

Oct 23, 2007 | Brother DCP-7020 All-In-One Laser Printer

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Prints a strip of black down middle of page


You need to open the small lid on each toner cartridge (to reveal the drum cylinder) and check if the line mark appears on any of them. If the case, you have some sort of contamination making a permanent mark on the affected cartridge. It can be a piece of paper, dirt, or loose part. If the toners are clean, your problem might be routed to the LSU (laser scanner unit) for which you need an Authorized Service Center to assist you.

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