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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.
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
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A solution has been found. Thank you to Steveauh (Townsville)
Kyocera in their wisdom have used a foam insulator on the 3 solenoids that disintegrates over time regardless of use.
- Open the right side of the printer
- Disconnect all connections to engine board
- Remove engine board
- Remove plastic guard (white)
- remove all 3 solenoids
- Replace all pads on the solenoids that come up against stops
Registration Solenoid has 2 pads (1 against the solenoid frame and the other on a stop arm, the others just the frame pad)
- Keep thickness to around .4 - .5mm Too thick on register arm will cause early printing.
And that is it. The arms were being magnetically delayed due the metallic contact. It seems to be a regular problem in this chassis FS1000 to FS1030.
Jun 23, 2008 | Kyocera Mita FS 1010 Laser Printer
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