HP PSC – Printer / Scanner / Copier 1410
after computer or copy button scanning , print preview shows page is off center and prints it off center leaving out some info, even though paper is placed on scanner correctly. but when copying it its ok even its placed in the same correct position as the computer or copy button scan.

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Your printer might not be compatible with the paper size you are using. If your printer is compatible with the paper size you are using, you probably need to change the paper size in your printer settings. You will need to change this setting for any stationery that is not standard letter size (8.5 x 11).
Your printer can become misaligned if there is any paper stuck in the machine, print cartridges are clogged or dirty, improper installation of cartridges and using low quality cartridges. Additionally, a printer can become misaligned after the machine completes a large print job.
Click Page Layout > Margins > Custom Margins. In the Page Setup dialog box, under Center on page, select Horizontally and Vertically. This will center the sheet on the page when you print.
Use the HP Print Preview application: Check the Show preview before printing box, which you can find in the right bottom corner of the driver dialog. Click Print, then wait a few seconds for the HP Print Preview application to be launched. Check that the preview of the job is what you wanted.
Open the Devices and Printers folder, right-click the HP printer, and then select Properties. Click the Device Settings tab. In the Installable Options section, set Printer Status Notification to either Enable or Disable. Click OK.
Click the Printer icon in the toolbar. In the Page Handling area of the Print dialog box, make sure that Auto-Rotate and Center is selected. (This option is selected by default.) Click OK or Print.
On the worksheet, select the cells that you want to define as the print area. Tip: To set multiple print areas, hold down the Ctrl key and click the areas you want to print. Each print area prints on its own page. On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Setup group, click Print Area, and then click Set Print Area.
Change mode in printer settings

Open the Control Panel and then the Devices and Printers option. Find your printer in the Devices and Printers window and right-click the icon with your mouse. In the menu that appears, select Printing Preferences and find the option for Orientation in the preferences window.

Click File > Print > Print Preview. Keyboard shortcut Press Ctrl+P.
If your page is showing a cut off or incorrect the print preview, it means that they page settings or margins are off somewhere. If you checked your software settings, it might be time to check your printer page settings. This is the preview that shows when you open the print dialog on your software.
Print head alignment corrects the installation positions of the print head and improves deviated colors and lines.
In the Devices and Printers window, select your printer and click on Printing Preferences. Click on Maintenance in the window that opens. Click on Print Head Alignment to launch the dialogue box. Follow the instructions to complete the alignment.
From the HP DesignJet Utility for Windows: Click Color Center > Calibrate paper, and choose the paper to be calibrated. From the HP Utility for macOS: Click Paper Preset Management, choose the paper to be calibrated, press the button, and click Calibrate paper. From the front panel: Tap , then Color calibration.
Click the Printer icon in the toolbar. In the Page Handling area of the Print dialog box, make sure that Auto-Rotate and Center is selected. (This option is selected by default.) Click OK or Print.
This looks like the paper is not aligned in the tray. Try to move the paper to the side it`s not printing and try again. Hope this will help.
Change the page orientation for a document

Go to File > Print. Under Settings, make sure the orientation box says Landscape Orientation. Select Print.

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Prints blank pages, won't print from computer
ANSWER : Don’t know why you replaced the fuser, but assuming you had print before, then it must have been something you did during the procedure. Only thing I can suggest is to recheck your work. Just because you reinstalled a connector doesn’t mean that it is seated firmly enough to work. Any flat ribbon connectors that you removed and reinstalled, check to see that the contacts are all flat and not peeled back.

Magenta ink shows full, but not printing
ANSWER : One thing to try is to remove the printhead and flush the magenta nozzle under hot running tap water. Take all the ink out and there is a lever on the right that releases the print head from the assy.

PGBK shows no band on test print;
ANSWER : Take out all the inks. On the right side of the cartridge assy. you will see a plastic lever. Lift it up and reach inside and remove the printhead assy. Take it over to the sink and run hot water into the black screen on top to flush out the dried ink. Then flip it over and run hot water on the print heads. Do it for about a minute for each side and then repeat. Blot it dry with a paper towel. Reinstall and try it again.

incomplete printing of page
ANSWER : the printer for above mentioned problem is an Epson; product name = WF-254

printing blank pages
ANSWER : You can’t let an inkjet printer sit that long. Try flushing the heads. Take out all the ink tanks and to the right of the assy. you will see a plastic lever. Lift it and it will release the heads. Take it to the sink and using hot running water, flush it from top and bottom several times. Then blot it dry and reinstall.

HP LaserJet 2200D won't print configuration page
ANSWER : Find someone with a HP LaserJet 4100 and you can configure the card to the IP you want:

when printing front and back, the front will print well but the back will fade
ANSWER : It happens because second side voltage is much higher and the board breaks. Are you getting this issue in auto duplex only, or same error you are getting when you print second side manually?

Black line printing in the middle of the page from top to bottom
ANSWER : Take out the toner cartridge and look at the drum. If you see the line, replace the cartridge. If you don’t, then you need to replace the fuser assembly.