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OKI Margins I print receipts on a 5.5" wide by 5.5 tall track feed paper and all of a sudden it starts printing about in the middle of the page and prints into the track fred on the right hand side. I have moved the track feed over as far as I can to the right, but it still isn't far enough, and this happend all of a sudden, nothing was changed or moved. Have any ideas?

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Are you using compatible ribbons which maybe to tight try geniun OKI ribboms.
Hope this helps,
Dezzi

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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