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HP 950 PHOTO PRINTING PROBLEM

When using glossy photo paper, my printer prints the entire page and then at the end it will not release the paper and therefore prints the last couple of lines over each other. Please help!

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Try to check the paper size from the printer and be sure that the paper with the same size...

the check out if the printer pick up the paper correctly


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