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My friend, i had the same problem. I had to change the belt. After open the plotter and put the new belt, i've tried to allign the printheads, and it failed. My patterns was the same as the ones in your image. After trying a lot of things, i i've remembered that the carriage had two small plastic pieces, between the carriage and the metal bar, where the ...


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It would sound like a defective encoder strip sensor, almost ANY copy repair shop can fix this for you, you can try to buy the manual and fix it your self but that is NOT recommended


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This error can be resolved by fixing the NTFS permissions for this registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows May I redirect to the following HP website which has the instructions on how to reset the Permissions (to Full Control) for the above key. ...


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okay I find solution for this problem The border looks fine, it is exactly as I wanted it to look. However, when I go to Print Preview, I can see that the bottom border will be missing if I print. To solve that, I am going to make one change from the default setting. Go to the Format menu and select Borders and Shading . In the Borders and Shading ...


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Modern Epson printers track ink use, not page count, for determining when a cartridge needs to be replaced. The printer and cartridges only declare empty when they are in fact empty based on the amount of ink used, and will not prompt for replacement solely because of page count. In my experience on a WorkForce WF-3540 and Epson 127 cartridges, "empty" ...


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I don't think there's a way to disable a printer (there seems to be no command-line or UI option to do this that I can see). One possible solution could be to schedule two tasks. One would set the work printer as the default in the morning, and the other would do the same for the home printer in the evening. That way wherever you are you can print to the ...



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