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Hi bpbpbp

We'll start with the easy things!

1. Make sure the paper guide is properly pushed up to each edge of the paper.

2. Perform a printer head clean. (If you need detailed instructions on how to do this then please get beck to me).

Let me know you get on and if you need further assistance.

Scott.

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SOURCE: My E-mail when printing on my HP Officejet J5780

that is not unusual, as emails are non formatted for printers, you may find that making the page 'scale' to the paper in print setup panel, will help this.

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