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Printing problem when I copy a document only part of the page prints

  • Anonymous Nov 27, 2007

    When I make a copy or receive a fax, only the right side of the page prints. The other half is blank. I tried to clean as per the maintenance instructions of the manual but it did not work.

  • DBKjr Apr 12, 2008

    Two blue locking levers work fine, they were recently replaced. Still only the right side of page prints when copying or receiving fax. Possible pinched wire or what? I'm not eager to take the wiring apart. Any other possible solutions??

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One of the blue locking levers is broke. the side that is light is the side the locking lever is n.g. open the top like you want to change the film. there are 2 locking levers. right and left. They are different. if you look close you will see a split in the plastic when it locks down. It is not holding down on one side. I think I have the locking levers. One small screw removes the top plate and you can change them. Lawrence

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hi dear,

it's not from your printer...but the information from your microsoft word, opening your word document, choosetools, option choose print

oke release a mark from document properties

oke


print again


goodluck

cropp
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