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Callibration When I print photos they have perpendicular lines at regular spacings over the whole photograph. I guess this is a callibration problem but I don't know how to recallibrate the printer.

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    The color prints fine on printing paper but it has lines when I print on glossey. I have ran clean all color nozzles 3 times and the test paper looks good but when I try it on glossey I still have lines and what looks like to much ink.


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You didn't state what type or weight of paper you were using.
I have this problem using hp premium photo paper, glossy. When I use a lighter weight glossy paper it goes away.

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