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sounds like its only receiving half the data. try these step... uninstall printer from your device... reinstall printer to device... if youre using a smartphone or tablet, switch to a pc... press and hold the cancel button on the printer... turn it off for 60 seconds then power it... run the nozzle cleaner function, then try again
Well it's not looking to pomising by reading all of the other people who are having the same problem. But could you please tell me how to fix my printer in is only printing half of my pictures no matter how many times i reprint them and it also doesn't pick up the printing paper very well i have to help it along. So if you could PLEASE tell me how to fix this problem on my own it would be greatly appreciated. Please respond As Soon As Possible Please and Thank You. I have the Kodak Easy Share Printer Dock Series 3.
I have the same problem where only the bottom half of my photo prints. It worked fine for a long time. I even tried flashing the printer up to the 2.11 firmware version from 1.90 - still nothing. Changed paper and cartridge. NOTHING. Tried attaching it to both my PC & MAC and even print stand alone picture from camera and a SD memory card on the side. NOTHING.
I think the problem is with Kodak... My trouble started when I decided to move my Dock Printer from PC over to MAC. The new drivers have you flash the Firmware. To do this, you first must hold down the Print and Red EYe Button (The button directly to the right of the big print button) with the power cord unplugged and then plug it in holding the buttons in for 2 seconds afterward.
This put the printer into Edit mode and allows the firmware to upgrade the printer. Once I did that, THAT'S when my problem started. I think these crappy printers can NOT self calibrate and they must be factory set. Most likely, they need to do it at the factory themselves and are all to happy to charge you to ship it off and do it for you.