I'm trying to print a full colour a3 print out. It's a JPEG printing from Photoshop on my Mac.
It's printing out perfectly up until about an inch from the end where I get white banding in the same place every time (i've included a pic!). I've cleaned the printer heads a bunch of times, realigned them and the ink isn't low either.
Can anyone help with how to fix this?
That looks like a roller mark or feeding issue. See if adjusting the Paper Abrasion setting helps:
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Thank you!! While trying to find this setting I realised I hadn't actually ever set up the printer properly it just defaulted to AirPrint and I lost loads of printer settings. Turns out it was just because everything was just printing on the Plain Paper setting because I didn't have any others. Matched the paper type to more like the weight of what i was actually using and it must've raised the printer heads and it's printed perfectly now. Thanks for your help!
Hi, I’ve been having the exact same problem for a while when printing A3- white lines about an inch from the bottom! It’s driving me insane.
I’m using a smooth 300gsm cardstock which works fine for everything else. Could you tell me what paper type and weight you used in the settings?