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Alignment printer prints ok but about 1/2 inch to the side when paper put in on far right. shuffling it to the left a bit is very hit&miss, how do i correct this error? TIA

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    Mike Gagg Jan 30, 2007

    didn't change anything but thanks

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Check the paper size in printers properties, it may have altered. If not disconnect printer, remove printer driver from add/remove programmes. Re install driver and reconnect printer when prompted. It should now be ok

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