Well I have an EPSON LX-810, wich works fine , but I think the printing is like 'non calibrated' since it has 'white lines' like print no print, making the image be artificially enlarged with no clarity.
need guidance since I'm in the middle of bolivian andes with no possible technical help.
It sounds like it either has CR/LF messed up or it has had a dip switch changed to do this. Has anyone been playing with the dip switches on it? Can you try a new cable to make sure it is not the problem?
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