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Re: cuts off left hand few letters in a word
Either put the paper closer to the other side of the glass, or go into the settings to see if it is copying or scanning at 100% See if gives you the option of stretch or shrink to paper size. Also, see if it says Crop Automatically versus copying or scanning entire glass. If there is a choice between Automatic, Home Mode, or Professional Mode, try each one. There is always a reset button to return to original defaults. If you are given the option of seeing a preview first, always do that, even though it takes a little longer.
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There is usually a little strip of glass to the left of the main glass bed where you would place paper by hand. This little strip is what the feeder passes the paper over to scan it while the scan head stays in place underneath it. Most likely there is some fuzz or dirt on this strip of glass or on the feeder where the paper passes.
well scan to email or file depends on the setting your putting if its right or wrong, the machine should be hooked to network and has ip address, browse the ip address of the machine and setup the information, and try it.
Are you sure you have the paper aligned correctly?
should be left top or center.
Do you have the correct sive paper (Letter instead of A4)?
What happens to the rest of the copy : cut off, blank, black?
Is the scanner light staying on when scanning the whole page or does it die out when it scans 3/4 of it? ( bad scan cable or board)
Remove all the paper from the paper tray so that nothing gets sucked up in there while you're working. Hit the cancel button a few times until the screen clears itself and goes back to the "Print", "Copy", "Scan" option screen.
On your computer, if the printer option screen is up (depending on what kind of computer you have, a small screen might pop up to tell you the print progress), hit cancel or clear on any of the lines that say "Paper jam", if there are any.
The next time you print something, only put as many pieces of paper in the feed as you need to print. This should eliminate a lot of the chance of actually getting a paper jam.
Please respond again if this didn't help. I'm not sitting in front of my own computer right now, so I might not be following the same steps that I usually take.