Question about Canon PIXMA iP3300 InkJet Photo Printer
Have a new PIXMA iP3300 printer turned on first time today. Am not novice user. Printer apparently physically set up OK and software loaded normally. Print quality after alignment checks etc seems fine but pages have a vertical blank line 2-3mm thick running down whole printed page about 8.5 cm from the left paper border. This is not a smudge etc but printer has inserted an extra space at this point of each line on the page so, for example, the word "was" becomes "w as". On two or three lines also the words have been horizontally split so, for example, the top of a "y" is followed half a space later by the tail of the "y" etc.
Have tried all suggested troubleshoot fixes.
Check the front paper exit rollers for fit and alignment also the paper deck guides close to the planten area, if the printer is dropping print vertically down one side of the page, this can be caused by debris or anything that lifts the caridge assy the slightest bit, also check the print head seating and ribbin cable for proper alignment
Posted on May 29, 2008
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