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Try this one, Turn on the printer, Take out the inks, remove the printhead, put back the printhead make sure it will snap and you hear a click, put the inks back, wait for the printer to initialize, Press the Menu button, look for Calibrate printer, then print calibration page, then scan it after. Load a regular paper. Then try to print a demo page by pressing Photo and Copy at the same for 5 seconds then let it go. If same problem persist call this no for further assistance 1800 421 6699 Thanks
Instead of pressing the start button to print, you need to press the small ON/OFF button. The start button works to copy/scan. But to print, you will need to turn the printer on first. Once the printer is on, the computer should recognize it fine and allow you to print from your applications.
Have you tried this procedure? ---------------------------------------------------------- Loading Envelopes You can load plain envelopes into the paper tray of your Kodak ESP 3 All-in-One printer. Important Do not use envelopes with cutouts or cellophane windows. 1 Remove any other paper from the paper tray. 2 Insert one or more envelopes into the right side of the paper tray with the print side down and the envelope flaps on the right, pointing left.
3 Squeeze the paper-width guide and move it to its right-most position up against the envelopes. 4 Leave the paper tray open while the envelopes are loaded.
If you have and it's not printing correctly, there is probably a problem with the document you're trying to print.
Yes, you are indeed doing something wrong. In terms of the "free" electronic postage offer, what you want to sign up for is the "DYMO Stamps" program, offered via endicia (this is different from endicia's other PAID programs...just be aware).
Simply put, just google "dymo stamps" and the first hit will bring you right to the sign-up location you want.
Just to clarify, unless you have a special program I'm not aware of, stamps.com is most definitely NOT free. They require a monthy fee (of course, they do have a free first month if that's what you're talking about). Regardless, stamps.com DOES work with the LabelWriter 400...but just not with the special "Dymo Stamp Labels" (these "stamps" only work with the free monthly servcie I mentioned earlier, "DYMO Stamps"). You can print up postage/labels via stamps.com just fine using the other size 2-part or 3-part labels sold via stamps.com or dymo.com's store.
On my MP780, be careful to select the appropriate paper type; I was getting black smudges on the left side of my envelopes until I explicitly set that my paper type was "envelope" from "plain paper".
Another idea is to adjust the "ink drying wait time" to a higher level.