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Dec 26, 2017 09:28 |  #16

I don't know if your printer has a platen gap adjustment or not, but when printing on thick paper, I've had a similar issue with an Epson 3880 Pro. It turned out that the platen gap was too narrow for the paper to clear.

Try checking your manual to see if that option is available.


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Dec 29, 2017 18:59 |  #17

I'm seeing lines which might indicate a plugged nozzle. double check to make sure your not double profiling it's easy to do. That is where you ask the program for color management but don't turn off printer color management. As for the feed issues , not sure , I use an Epson. They suggest running a series of sheets through in a special cleaning mode. Or maybe you have a Lego stuck in there :-)


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Dec 30, 2017 10:25 |  #18

Hey, if you are still deadset on getting rid of it, Ill take it off your hands...even pay for shipping....;-)a


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