Question about HP PSC 1510 All-In-One InkJet Printer
When I print the return address on a number #10 24lb envelope the result is eneven. What I mean is the distance between the bottom of the first letter and the top edge of the envelope is more than the same distance between the last letter and the top edge of the envelope.
Are you free hand addressing or are you using "Word - envelopes and labels" tool. It should be goof free. If you are, check the pull down rollers on that end of the printer for damage or contamination. When you lift up the cover like you're installing a new cartridge, you should see the black rollers. Clean them with a q-tip and alcohol, wiping across while rolling it with your finger. If you're not using Word, pull down the tools tab and select letters and mailings, then envelopes and labels.
Posted on Jun 30, 2007
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