I work at an accountants office and we have to print checks for the clients. Well we recently switched the check printer to the HP laserjet 1320 and it prints everything fine except the bank code on the bottom. It prints it at a slant and we heve tried cleaning the wheels and adjusting the paper but nothing seems to work.
The problem can be with the software program. May be the formating of that particular text has been accidentally changed to italic. Or print the same on a plain A4 paper or slightly bigger paper than the check and see if you get the same problem.
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Yes, it is an external option part. Contact the local copier people and they should be able to point you in the right direction. The place I had to do this was in a law office; you had to enter a code to do anything on a copier, fax, printer or a long distance call (they kept track of EVERYTHING so they could bill the client for it. They all had a box with a keypad on it that was attached to each device; you would send your print job to the printer, but before it would come out, you had to enter your code and print job #. Copiers were set up the same way. I asked their IT people about it and they said the same thing "the copier people installed them".
first determine if its the paper feed by printing several copies off the glass not using the document feeder. If they are crooked coming from there check the paper cassette and make sure the side quides are snug against the stack. That is the usual problem.
Does this happen when printing from the cassette (bottom tray), or the sheet feeder in the back, or both? Check that the paper guides are set snugly (touching but not buckling the paper) against the edges of the paper.
Sounds like the print head / ink cartridge is not seated all the way. Open the door and check it. It also may be the wrong print head / ink cartridge. If you replaced the print head / ink cartridge recently, you may have the wrong one for your device. If it is a off brand or refilled print head / ink cartridge it may be damaged or incorrectly identified.
I am having a similiar network problem, I setup the 2600n on my small-office network, plugging it into an 8 port switch along with a computer and IP camera....then connected the switch to the default router...this worked for a while as my router provided the printer an internal IP, but somehow the IP reset itself to an external IP,and print jobs I send now to the 2600n from my network will not print. I can't seem to access a configuration window to set a static IP address my router will recognize.