LM=1 is left margin, RM=220 is right margin, TM=2 is top margin, BM=64 is bottom margin, FL=66 is form length (66 lines is 11 inches when LPI=6 lines per inch) PRTFEA=H means you have the print feature dial set to Host. Change the dial and you get different settings for forms, checks, invoices, reports. A-F.
Perf Skip just skips over the perforation where the pages are perferated. Enhanced means its double strike vs Draft mode.
These settings tell me you are printing compressed print (CPI=16) on wide paper (green bar) cuz RM=220 right margin is 220. For 8.5x11 paper 132 is the correct margin with at 16cpi. or 80 for 10cpi. Clearly you have the wrong paper in here if you print off the page. You must have 8.5 x 11 or 11 x 8.5.
Host allows the computer to change the settings on the fly. That may be why it goes off the page later. (Or it could be a carriage jam that makes it think its at space 1 when it isn't.)
I don't know what you are trying to print so I can't help you. I can tell you that having right margin on 220 is why its printing off the page.
You can change the dial to preset draft 16 and print a menu for those setting or you can change the RM to 132 or 80 by using the command, menu, change and accept keys.
Its been 10 years or so for me but take the printer off line by pushing the on-line button, press command, press menu and it will print all the settings like you have done. It will then print whatever the first item you can change is, press accept and keep accepting until you get to RM=220 then press change. It should print 80 or some number, press change until you get to 132 then press accept. Press accept until you get to the end. Press Normal and on line.
If you change the print size from 16 to 12, or 10 you will need to change the RM to the correct width.
Can't find a manual online for you. I probably thru away 200 of them in 2007 when PCS closed. It would show you what the choices are for each setting. And what the preset and A-F settings are without printing a menu on each one.
You might can buy a manual from Dennis or Rick...
Are you a Auto or Ag Equipment dealer?