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When I print it is toward the center, the whole right side is missing

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Faded prints even after replacing the toner cartridge could most likely be due to dust at the laser reflecting mirrors inside the printers, which requires cleaning by a professional.

If you are comfortable with working inside such machines, you may do it your self. Download repair and service manual for your printer and study it before you attemp cleaning/ servicing.

Hope this helps!!
Let me know if any further clarification is needed.

CreativeTECH

Posted on Nov 13, 2010

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    Creative Tech Nov 15, 2010

    I regret the inconvenience faced by you due to my previous solution, which is not related to your printer. Hence, your rating of the solution is also correct.
    Actually, it was an error due to the fact that i was responding to a similar issue related to laserjet printer.
    For your HP Deskjet D1455 InkJet Printer, all i can suggest is to check the mechanical parts, like paper path, rollers and especially ink cartridges for their proper alignment. Also, make sure that the ink levels are ok.
    Moreover, the cartridges may require cleaning because if you dont use inkjet printer for a longer period of time, the print-heads get clogged. Cleaning can be done by using soft lint-free cloth and inject cartridge cleaners. Instead you may use warm water.
    Please note that APPLYING TOO MUCH PRESSURE CAN DAMAGE THE PRINTHEADS.

    Hope this helps!!
    CreativeTECH

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