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Re: documents in single space print in double space
There may be a dip switch somewhere on the printer which enables/disables the extra linefeed. If both CR (carriage return) & LF (linefeed) are both enabled, you will get the double-spacing.
In years past, I've run a few different Epson dot matrix printers, and seems like they had such a dip switch.
Also, on the software end, you may be able to disable either CR or LF- check in your printer driver software.
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This model printer does not have a duplex unit and cannot print double sided documents automatically. DOUBLE SIDED PRINTING USING A SINGLE SIDED PRINTER If your printer does not have a duplex unit then the printercannot print double sided pages automatically. You can print double sided pages but you have to do it one page at a time. First print Page 1 then place the page back into the paper tray, but turn thepage upside down and the print Page 2. Then print page 3 on one side then page 4 on the other side and repeat for therest of the document. I suggest you try a test page first, to get the printing the right way up onboth sides of the page so it reads correctly.
It is a dip switch setting, on dip switch #6, it needs to be "On" It will then single space the lines. After re-setting the switch under the cover, turn off the printer for 30 seconds to clear the buffer...then holding the "LF" button, turn it back on, until its self test is complete. You problem will be over.