Re: My page breage function has disappeared. I need to
Go to INSERT, BREAK & select page break to do this anytime, OR
Click on the down-arrow at the end of the standard toolbar. Click on ADD OR REMOVE BUTTONS, then on CUSTOMIZE, and select the COMMANDS tab. Select the INSERT category. Now drag the icon for the page break function and drop it on the location in the toolbar where you want it to be. Simple and effective!! :-)
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It appears that your machine does not have a drop feed-dog function. Instead, you would need to buy a special plate that covers the feed dogs. (See page 6)
If the feed dogs are not functioning properly, then consult the maintenance section of the manual for cleaning and oiling. Most likely, the feed dogs need oiling. Be sure to perform regular maintenance on your machine to keep it operating.
You will need to install the correct diver for the printer for it to recognize the capabilities it has. Some require the page break for the seams to be set. Some printers have a mark to put the page break on when loading the paper. The printer may not be set for "continuous paper feed" and only printing a single page according to where it thinks the page break is.
Here is a link to the owner's manual;http://www.stihlusa.com/stihl_ownersmanuals/FS36_Manual.pdf Line diameter depends on which cutting head you have; t6he Manual has pictures of the different head on page 26 along with line diameters, ranging from .080 to .105 . Using a larger line diameter will keep the head from auto feeding out the line, making it very difficult when the line breaks off. I personally use a square line as opposed to a round line - it lasts a lot longer and still works with the auto feed function. Hope this helps and thanks for using Fixya!! Please rate my solution, and Merry Christmas!!
Mite be a problem with your doc feeder. Are you using a doc feeder? If so raise up the doc feeder and place an orgnial on the big glass instead of feeding the orginal thur the docfeeder. Does the line disappear? If it does then the **** glass the small glass used by the docfeeder has a mark on it or dirt. Is your machine a printer also? Does the print have the mark/line on them also. Do any of your machine's internal reports have line on them Meter Read print outs etc.
You need to try a thicker paper, Heavier stock to double print the page. Slightly more expensive. Recycled paper typically will not work for this type of function. I had this same problem and found this was the only solution.
Do the cartridges ride on the printing carriage, or do they plug in somewhere else in the machine and have hoses that run the ink to the print head? If they ride on the printing carriage and the cartridge is new, there could be a short in the printer and it needs repair. Check if there's ink smeared on the print head or part of the printer. Generously clean the print heads with lots of paper towels and rubbing alcohol. If that doesn't work, to see if it's an issue with computer, print a test page from the printer, but don't send the print job from the computer. You need a print job generated from inside the printer itself. Not every printer can do this, but try pressing paper feed, holding down paper feed and power, or holding down cancel and power. If the blue lines disappear then but they didn't when you cleaned the heads, it's a software issue.
You can try cleaning the feed rollers and manually clean the ink cartridge carrier contacts. The issue may also be the encoder which is a narrow band of transparent plastic behind the ink cartridge carriers. Try to clean this. Be careful as this can break easily.