The print comes out lower on the page than it is on the computer.
I use two Phaser 7400s off of one computer. Lately one printer prints the page lower than it is on the computer and lower than it does on the other printer. I have shut off the printers and restarted the computer, but I still have the same problem. The page appears that the top margin is much wider.
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The 7400 sets up that reistration on power up, which you have appropriatly done.
I would check the position of the paper trays. Check and see if the guides are against the paper properly, and then also see if the paper tray itself is sliding into the latched position properly.
There could be some software corruption. Let me look into that issue a little bit. I will send you moer info. But check the tray guides and position first.
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Try printing an internal print page like the configuration page. If the page is printed in black and white then there is a problem with the printer. If the page is printed in colour then the printer is fine and the problem is with the driver or the driver adjustments.The driver itself can not cause a permanent problem to the printer.
You may have the "separator page" option turned on in your print driver. This option will insert a blank page after each print job to separate one print job from another. Simply uncheck the box by the separator page option and you should be back to normal !
This model Canon printer does not have a duplex unit and cannot print double sided printing automatically. DOUBLY SIDED PRINTING WITHOUT A DUPLEX UNIT Open your Word document. Open page 1 - then Print the current page. Then put the printed page 1 back in the paper tray upside down.Open page 2 and Print the current page (page 2 will be printedon the other side of the page 1). Repeat this procedure for the other pages.
The Phaser 7400 starts at $2,799. see models and prices see cost per print Color: up to 36 ppm Black: up to 40 ppm First-page-out time as fast as 12 seconds 800 MHz PowerPC processor Maximum paper size: 12" x 18" All models come standard with 10/100Base-TX Ethernet connectivity Standard paper input capacity: 800 sheets Maximum paper input capacity: 3,000 sheets Finisher/stacker/stapler/hole puncher capable of handling up to 1,000 sheets Maximum duty cycle up to 150,000 pages per month What comes in the box show/hide contents Color toner cartridges (capacity: 9,000 pages each 1 ) Black toner cartridge (capacity: 15,000 pages 1 ) Imaging units (capacity: 30,000 pages per color 2 ) Waste cartridge (capacity: 30,000 pages 2 ) Fuser (capacity: 100,000 pages 2 ) Transfer unit (capacity: 100,000 pages 2 ) Finisher ships with 5,000 staples Power cord Software and documentation.
Although I agree totally, the anwer is no. Althought it appears black, take a piece of it an use it like a crayon. It is a combination of all the color inks combined. So if you take and rub it on a piece of paper it will be a purple color. So threfore would not create proper colors.
Now to save ink, Do not turn the printer off at all. Just let it use its own sleep mode. The power consumption is intermittent to keep the print head warm and uses about the same ammount of electricity as your refridgerator light bulb. The reason being, when you turn off a solid ink printer, it purges the print head of ALL old ink and dumps it into the waste tray. That is part of those weird noises you hear when you cycle up the machine, one is a compressor emptying the print head.
Also, honestly, althogh I am not sure what you are using the machine for. But you would be wise to put that product on a pay per page maintenance agreement. That includes all ink and all service. Some of the parts for those printers are super expensive.
I will say one thing you can do with that waste ink, if you know anyone who has children, they can use them as purple crayons..
What you can try is making sure the ink sticks are fully in the loaded position. They may be keeping that cover from closing totally.
The other thing is the actuator on that cover, may have briken off and is not properly actuating the sensor that tells the machine the cover is closed. Make sure the ink is fully forward, and look at the covers for some area of beoken plastic.