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Doesn't sound like your printer hardware. Try printing something other than your text document. If the page comes out clean/perfect then it means your printer is having a problem understanding your text document via print program translation. Otherwise try converting your text to pdf and print a sample page, if it works then again problem with software/printer translation.
For understand the issue, little bit technical knowledge required: Take half test page, check how much dark image formed on paper, check on cartridge drum how much dark image created?..(half test page: while printing half of the page switch off the printer, take cartridge out as well as take half printed page)If half page print quality is good on paper: Fuser faulty(teflon sleeve)If half test page print not good & image on drum is OK: Fault with Transfer roller or its bios voltage contacts..If there is proper image on paper & image drum: Problem with laser scanner assembly..find the problem, then remedy is easy..
Large photos are printed differently than regular photos.
Photos that have large resolutions or are best when printed in larger
sizes are sometimes printed on multiple pages. Printing the photo on
two or more pages requires setting up the printing options so that the
printer recognizes how the photo should print and which areas to stop
printing on each page.
Open the photo in iphoto
Select "File" and scroll down the list until reaching "Print". Click
on "Print" and wait for the printing set up options. Some programs
require selecting "Set up" or "Print set up" instead of "Print." Make
sure the set up options are brought up according to the program.
Select "Time Imageable Table" or similar options in the program. If
there is not an option with a similar title, look over the various
titles and any pictures that come with the titles and see if the
pictures show multiple pages or only a single page. Click on the
options that allow printing one photo on multiple pages.
Select overlap options, which give margins so that connecting the pages forms the picture. Overlap around 1/2 inch or so.
Print the photo. The number of pages should match the set up options selected under the imageable table.
Sounds like a bad fuser. To check it out - print a few pages, as the printer prints open the cover(the one that you open to get at the toner).Remove the toner. Look at the page that is facing up. if it has streaks on it - change the toner. If it looks clean, change the fuser.
Printers try to fit web pages on a single sheet of paper. If you configure the printer, in the print dialog, not to shrink images and text to fit the paper, it will print on multiple sheets of paper, but the correct size for the images and text.
In a Word document, it depends on what font size you have selected. Most people would rather have the web page print on a single sheet, with smaller images and text than were on the monitor; than tape together multiple sheets for 100% size printout.
On printers without a duplexer (a device that flips the paper to allow printing on both sides) you will have to print the first side, manually flip and print the second side. If you're using MS Word or MS Publisher you can easily configure the program to organize the pages for you:
Start a new, blank document.
-Click File, Page Setup then click the Margins tab.
-In the Multiple pages section select Book fold.
-Set your document to landscape orientation if it is not already.
-In the Inside and Outside boxes, type or select the amount of space you want for your margins.
-In the Sheets per booklet list select the number of pages you want to include in a single booklet. If the number of pages in the document exceeds the number of pages you select for a booklet, Word prints the document as multiple booklets.
-When you get ready to print make sure you check the manual duplex box (should be in the first dialog box that appears when you click on File, Print).
Word will print the first page, and then prompt you to take the pages that just printed and load them into the input tray of your printer. The trick is to learn how to orient the pages correctly for your printer.