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I requested 3 prints, [color] i had to stop printer manualy, as it would not stop . i activated it again and it resumed making the same pictures,i have deactivated my entire system but to no avail,i just tried again and with the same results , wont stop printing the same picture.cannon pixma ip1500, thank you

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Hmm..interesting..that usually happens when the image size is larger than the print area the printer handles..check your scaling on your photo application, so that the image is NOT larger than your printable area..

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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    Patrick Michaels Mar 26, 2008

    what are you printing from, by the way? computer application, operating system, please?

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