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Photos not printing well on glossy paper

I love this new printer, but every time I try to print photos on glossy paper that is appropriate for this machine, the photos come out horrible. The paper I am using states it is for inkjet printers. Is there a reason this is happening?

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You should be in contact with the manufacture. There may be a defect in the printer, or the paper you are using is not good for your printer.

If the printer is new it should be under warranty.


Jerry G.

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

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