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Daisy wheel Printer Having Problems:
● Printing is too slow.
● Ink and/or toner costs too much.
● Windows is sending print jobs to the wrong printer.
● My wireless printer is too slow.
● My prints are too light, too spotty, or have horizontal lines.
● My paper tray is flimsy.
● Printer cannot make connection with Network Properly.
● Troubleshooting problems with printers.
SOLUTIONS FOR HAVING PROBLEMS :
If there are no error messages pointing you to the problem, check to be sure that the printer is
still connected, via USB or Ethernet cable or—if a wireless model—that the WI-Fi is enabled
and that you're connected to the right network. The printer driver and software needs to be
installed on the computer you want to print from. It's possible that the driver has become
corrupted; it should be reinstalled; check the manufacturer's download page for the latest
version. If it still doesn't work, check out the troubleshooting section in the printer's User
Manual, and if need be, contact tech support.
You needn't rush to replace cartridges if you get a low-ink warning. Nearly all recent printers
have some sort of ink tank level indicator, and will issue warnings when your ink is low. The
accuracy of these warnings varies widely among manufacturers and models. Sometimes
you'll get low-ink warnings well before the ink level is critically low.
The only way to determine if this is the case is by continuing to print beyond the warning and
seeing how long it takes until output quality starts to degrade or the printer shuts down,
forcing you to replace one or more cartridges. Then you'll know if the warnings are legit or
premature, and have a better idea of how long to wait until you really need to replace that ink.
If you're starting a large and important print job, though, you may want to err on the side of
caution and change the relevant ink tank(s) anyway.
to speed up a bit. Unless you need high-quality output for a formal report or the like, print in draft
mode (or whatever the lowest-quality setting is). Avoid duplex (two-sided) printing, as the printer
has to flip the document over to print on both sides, which can significantly slow it down. If you
can choose between printer drivers, print from a host-based or PCL driver; although Post Script
drivers can print photos at higher quality, it may come at the expense of speed.
Printers vary widely in text quality; ink jets generally offer text suitable for home, school, or
casual business use, while most lasers are capable of printing crisp text for more professional-
looking documents. We rate text quality for each printer in our reviews. But assuming you've
noticed a gradual or sudden degradation in quality, there are several things you can try that may
Fortunately, paper jams are far less common than even a decade ago, but they still can happen.
By far the most common cause of paper jams is paper misalignment. Be sure to square off the
stack of paper before inserting it in the tray, be sure that the guides are flush with the paper, and
avoid over-filling the tray. If this doesn't solve the problem, check the troubleshooting section of
the printer's user manual, and if need be, contact the manufacturer's tech support.
graphics, there were attempts to enable them to do so. Most daisy wheel print-
ers supported a relatively coarse and extremely slow graphics mode by printing
the image entirely out of dots (formed by the "period" character). This required a
mechanism capable of pixel by pixel movement, both horizontally and vertically,
and low-end printers were incapable of it. Given the slow speed and the
coarse resolution this was not a feasible technique for printing large images, but
could usefully print a small logo onto a letterhead and then the following letter,
all in a single unattended print run without changing the print element.
Consideration was also given to Optimizing graphic printing by changing the
glyph on the daisy wheel to a set that would be able to print all the required bit-
map combinations more quickly, without requiring an impact for every single dot.
This would have the advantage that vertical dot combinations could be printed in
a single impact, without requiring fine rotation control of the platen roller. How-
ever it would require a specialized daisy wheel so printing of a letter and letter-
head would require a two-step process with a manual wheel change in-between.
 As the development of this technique post-dated the widespread availability
of 24-pin dot matrix printers and coincided with the arrival of affordable laser
printers in offices, it was never a popular approach.
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