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Last one inch on right hand side of page will not print. Have cleaned the print heads

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  • CorriG Sep 06, 2010

    Not a set up issue - definitely a physical hindrance. I can very faintly read the text in the last inch - have cleaned heads and photoconductor unit is ok

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This is most likely a print margin setting you need to set your tabs up correctly, I would say you need to only have the print area 10mm smaller all around your papers edge.

have a look below...
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/change-or-set-page-margins-HP001226492.aspx

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/CH010062617.aspx

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Try to adjust/decrease the right, top and bottom margins to 0.25 inches through the page and printer set up. Make sure that if you are printing a document like from Word, the document margins are set up properly to match the size of the paper used. if the same thing happens no matter how small the page or document it and the paper guides are set properly, may be time to get a new print head.

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  • Rodie Sep 06, 2010

    if the set up did not help, it is definitely a physical issue on the printer. try to tun off and uplug the Printer, take out the fuser and clean the belt, and replace, take out the toners and replace and see if it works. Observe as well if there is any patch of toner on the cleaning rod, if so, clean it and test it out again. it is possible you need either a print head or fuser replacement.

  • Rodie Sep 06, 2010

    if the set up did not help, it is definitely a physical issue on the printer. try to tun off and uplug the Printer, take out the fuser and clean the belt, and replace, take out the toners and replace and see if it works. Observe as well if there is any patch of toner on the cleaning rod, if so, clean it and test it out again. it is possible you need either a print head or fuser replacement.

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Go to control panel open up printer / properties click on advance or printing preference (make sure its on the right type of paper use letter or general) here is where you can also change the margins once all this is done click okay.......

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