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After Print job the printer skips and goes to next tearoff

After Print job the printer skips a sheet and goes to next tear-off. I am using the rear feed and have the setting for "Skip Perforation" turned off. So I am confused why it would skip one. My data is far enough away from the bottom margin as to not push it to the next page.

My OS is XP, my only guess is that it is a software problem with the software vendor setup the tickets.
I am using 9.5' width X 7" continuous paper, we just switched over from 9.5 X 11" paper.

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Check you manual, set the printer back to default. or it might be with the program your trying to print with. try print a test page using your driver. if it still the same. uninstall and reinstall it back to your computer to restore it to its default value

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