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Sam, I have removed the pizza wheels and it makes no difference, it may even be a little worse than before about 3/8" on a 22" print. It's strange that this seems to be the solution for some and make it worse for others. BTW Cathy Brown came to visit a few days ago as she is signed up for the Santa Fe Photographic workshop. She told me all about you living quite close, relatively speaking. Ursula Freer http://ursulafreer.com Sam Taylor wrote: > > Ursula, > > Have you removed the pizza wheels on your 3000? > > I had the same problem on my 3000 and also my 1520 and removed all the > wheels on each and totally eliminated the problem. It's very easy to do and > seems to have no effect whatsoever, no matter what weight of paper I use. I > was consistently having my large scale prints (11 x14 & larger) print > 1/16-1/8 inch longer on one side (actually it was printing shorter on one > side) Very simple solution and it works. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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