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    HP K5400 Top Margin Problem

    Just a head up if anyone else gets the same problem.

    A K5400 was cutting off top 1cm of printouts (messing up full page prints with borders on them.

    Printing configuration using front panel buttons showed same fault - text started printing 0.5mm from top edge!

    Tried allsorts - nothing working

    Finally did a Calibrate Linefeed via the printers webserver and fault cleared.

    regards
    Simon

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    Thanks for the tip... Learned something new

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