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Printing off center

I am printing note cards. My HP PSC1610xi prints the first card on the sheet dead center but the second is about 3/16" off center. I have checked the template and I am using the correct one. I have used the same program and file on an Epson and both cards are centered. I would rather be using the HP for several reasons but a 50% loss is unacceptable

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To cure your registration problem :
open the top cover (printer off ) moisten a microfiber towel with isopropanol alcohol then wipe all the rubber paper feed tires off to clean them.

Then try to print the note cards .

This is a traction related problem.

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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