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My printer is printing pages with a blank space in the upper right hand side of the paper. It also prints blank pages. Further, I get error messages that tape need to be removed from the cartridges. II am using official LexMark ink cartridges. I have also run cleaning and alignment program. What can I do?

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  • LXK Chris
    LXK Chris Aug 06, 2010

    Does the problem also happen when you only make a copy using the operator panel? Have you already tried uninstalling the software then reinstalling it?

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If you have storage your printer for nearly a year then myself I think the heads have gone dry and blacked you will need to clean the heads, if the heads are on the inks then no problem just get new ink but if it been standing that long and the heads are on the printer itself and not on the ink cartridge then you will have to find the heads some will clip out but some will have to be screwed out and then you can clean them by dabbing a little worm water on a cloth on the heads to try get them clean.
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    Make sure you are using the correct cartridges for your model. Try to remove both the cartridges. Close the cover. Unplug and replug the printer into the power outlet to reset itself. When the printer turns on, reinsert the cartridges when prompted. Close the cover and check for any error. If none, try to print again.

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      You can try to manually wipe the cartridge nozzles with a moistened soft cloth to clean it from dirts and clogs. You can also clean the nozzles using the Lexmark software on your computer. If you're using Windows, go to Programs/All Programs > Lexmark 3600-4600 Series folder > From the printer folder, click Maintenance > Clean Cartridges > Print. A page prints, forcing ink through the print cartridge nozzles to clean them.

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