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I want to change my printer settings to print on the full page, not have these 5mm margins all the way round. can someone help? I have a Kyocera FSC5015N

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It sounds like you want to print what is called "full bleed" which means that you print from one edge of the paper to the other edge with no margin. Unfortunately your printer can't do this. It is a limitation of the design of the printer that is common to most laser printers. You have two options, either print with the 5mm margin all the way around and trim the paper or get a printer that has a "full bleed" option.

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I found this solution. Worked a treat. I took the printer apart and applied felts to the solenoids (the felt normally used for the bottom of cup coasters).

See the Success post in this thread...
http://www.copytechnet.com/forums/kyocera/15980-kyocera-fs1010-delayed-printing-1st-page-2.html#post55451


This manual helped too...
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