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That depends on how your browser is set up:
1 - just turn the wheel on the mouse
2 - left click on an empty part of the page then use the arrows on the keyboard
3 - spacebar for scroll down and spacebar +shift for scroll up

Posted on Sep 10, 2010

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I can only see what is visable on the screen. I cannot scroll down the page.


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MY PRINTER IS SMEARING INK ALL OVER THE PAGE


Hi Friend,
To resolve the smeaing issue:

  1. Set the Fuser Mode for the Envelope to High 1 or High 2.
  2. Press Select (check mark button), and scroll down to CONFIGURE DEVICE.
  3. Press Select, and scroll down to PRINT QUALITY.
  4. Press Select, and scroll down to FUSER MODES.
  5. Press Select, and scroll down to ENVELOPE.
  6. Press Select, and scroll down to HIGH 1 or HIGH 2.
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Also,
  1. Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
  2. Try using a different type of paper.
  3. Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met.
  4. Clean the inside of the printer and run a cleaning page to clean the fuser.
  5. The printer might be due for maintenance. Check this by printing a copy of the supplies status page. If maintenance is due, order and install the printer maintenance kit.
  6. Replace the print cartridge.
Perform a cleaning operation:
To run the cleaning page manually
  1. If a duplexer is installed, open the rear output bin.
  2. Press Menu to open the menus.
  3. Use c00256345.gifProduct illustration (Up button) or c00256346.gifProduct illustration (Down button) to scroll to CONFIGURE DEVICE , and then press c00256347.gifProduct illustration (Select button).
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  5. Use c00256345.gifProduct illustration (Up button) or c00256346.gifProduct illustration (Down button) to scroll to PROCESS CLEANING PAGE , and then press c00256347.gifProduct illustration (Select button).
  6. If a duplexer is installed, close the rear output bin.

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You should print the "Repeating Defects Page" Using the printer's front panel menu keys perform the following steps:
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If it isn't the imaging unit then it will be a problem with the fuser rollers, so replace the fusing assembly.

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