Question about HP DeskJet 810c InkJet Printer
How do you know that it is not right? The anomaly that you are seeing in your printed output might not be affected by alignment. An option is that you could be doing the alignment incorrectly. Also it is possible that you have faulty cartridges. You could try doing the alignment and selecting the wrong one on purpose further in the direction that you need it to move, and by trial and error find the best setting for the machine. It almost sounds like the machine is worn out mechanically so that the alignment is not able to compensate. Have you run two or three alignments without changing anything, that is, telling it that it is right? If so, did they print the same each time? It could also be that the aligning portion of the machine is not working so no adjustment is made. If replacing the cartridges doesn't fix it, chances are it will take too much to repair it - more than the printer is worth.
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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