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Does not print total picture I only get a 1 inch strip down the left side on two different printer docks after taking a panorama picture

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Sounds like you need to go to the printer page, go to set up and do a printing test. this will clean the heads and set the printing format.
lastly, kodak's web site might have a trouble shooting information guide to help resolve the issues.

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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(The optical sensor strip its an nearly transparent plastic strip behind the print head, if you look closely it has very thin lines painted on it, this is used by the printer to measure the movement of the print head)

1- Print something to case the hardware error and shut it down immediately
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3- Lift the scaner part of if, as you do when adding ink.
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(You must have plenty of time and patience to try this, or you can dissasembly the printer entirely if you want to re lubricate or something)

1- Move the printer head all the way left, and with some pointy object pull the metallic wire holding the the strip at the right edge (flashlight very usefull), it's marked with and "D", remember that.

2- Move the printer head to the right and remove the plastic strip (this side is very easy), it's marked with an inverted "F" (it's on the other side) and an arrow indicating the up direction

3- Inspect how dirty is the strip and clean it the way you want (not so aggresively, the strip hasn't the fault)

4- Put again the left side of the strip and make it pass behind the print head

5- Move the print head to the left

6- Put the right side of the strip whatever you can, this is a very tedious process because the reduced space available, remember to keep the left side in place, because it's impossible to put the right side first.

7- Re connect and power on your printer, if it immediately gives hardware error 502, the strip is misplaced, move it a little up, down, backward an forward trying to get in place and try again, or consult the respective solution en this website.

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