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HP PSC1350 All-In-One Printer

When I am printing pictures, the printer will print in spurts, starting and stopping for a few moments, then starting again, over and over until it eventually prints everything. It can take 30 minutes to print 8 pages.

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  • Bill M Aug 24, 2007

    Thank you, guest, for finding the answer to my printer problem. Sometimes it is fast and sometimes it is slow. I guess I had loaded too many pictures into it for printing. Thanks again!

  • jvtpearce Jan 08, 2009

    printer will advance paper then stops. after 30 minutes or more the printer will finally starts the printing job then stops then starts again and so on and so on until the printing is complete. what is up?

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This printer prints at a really slow 1.4 PPM, and if it's doing that, it means that the buffer in the printer is full and it must print what it has in memory before recieving more of the page, if it's a really high resolution picture, it can take forever to print. This isn't a defect at all, it's just something that you can't fix that makes this printer useless for an office. I have this printer too, I usually just go do something while it does its thing...

Posted on Aug 24, 2007

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