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Header, page no. prints normal, as well bottom of page, but document body prints very faintly.

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This is not going to be a fault of the printer. You dont say what your document is which makes it hard to answer. Bear in mind docs that are in grey are very hard for a printer to reproduce. try changing the colour of the print for something darker.

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