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Slow printing specs say up to 32 ppm takes me 72 sec to print one text page with about 30% coverage

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Not really, it depends on the quality of picture you are printing..
also check the cable that you're using, longer you have, the slower the data will pass into it.. and the speed of you're pc, actually both are the factors on this one..

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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I'm using half of A4 size paper and when I print my file on it, it takes 20 seconds after feeding the paper. Is there anything I can do to make it faster?


I fixed your capitalisation, punctuation and grammar. Half of an A4 sheet is an A5 sheet and should take half as long to print an A4 sheet. Print speed is dependent on a number of variables;
Density of colour, the more colour or more blocks of black take longer. Yours is monochrome and these are the specs. You should get 12 pages per minute. It may be that your computer is slow and also is low on available RAM memory. This is an old printer and you may think about upgrading. I had one of these 10 years ago.

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Here is how I would approach this.

1. Open the cover and look at the print head. Are the cartridges installed properly and locked into place? You may wish to re-install them to make sure.

2.Inspect the print head to see if any cables appear to be pulled away or damaged.

3. Unplug the printer, and let it sit for about 30 seconds, and then apply power and turn it on. Let it run through it's initialization and then see if it provides any error codes. You may also wish to try printing a test page to generate an error code.

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