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Re: Lexmark Z11 Re: Lexmark Z11. From: Michael Wu. To: redhat-list redhat com. Subject: Re: Lexmark Z11.

Date: Mon Dec 29 20: Please check to see if the following article is helpful, Good luck. Michael 主題 (Subject): Lexmark Z11 寄信人 (From): Hans-Peter Rangol 日期: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 13:45:39 +0100 收信人(To): redhat-list redhat com Hi, I have posted this question already on the fedora-list, but I didn't get a solution. I have two printers, one Lexmark Optra 310 (Laserprinter) and the ink using Lexmark Z11, and tried to print with a laptop with Fedora core 1 installed.

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Printing with the Laserprinter is no Problem, but the Z11 is simply not possible, because the printer is not detected. Not even cat textfile /dev/lp0 is working. Its no problem with the same Computer to xp home, so I don't believe it is a with the hardware. Its printing with rh8 and rh9. Perhaps it is a problem of kudzu from Fedora, because kudzu didn't recognize the printer, wenn the z11 is connected to the lp0. Even manual configuration didn't work. Any help for this?

This site uses cookies for various purposes including enhancing your experience, analytics, and ads. By continuing to browse this site or by clicking 'Accept and close', you agree to our use of cookies. View full Lexmark Z11 Color Jetprinter specs on CNET. Lexmark Z11 prints each line 4 times resulting in an unreadable document. It shifts down about 1/4 of a line and prints it again. This is on 2 different computers. Printer shot? Maybe a lightning strike did this? Email [email protected] if you know a solution.

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Archived from groups: comp.periphs.printers Hooked up Lexmark Z11 printer to 3-yr old PC with Win XP. Via parallel cable. Printer mostly prints partial pages. Sometimes just two lines. At other times several lines. And sometimes it prints the entire page. But does not consistently EVER print full pages.

Tried two parallel printer cables. Tried three drivers - windows driver and two downloaded from Lexmark. Tried various combinations of print processors and data types. Sent message to Lexmark.

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No reply yet. Searched Lexmark knowledge base. One item seemed appropriate but did not solve the problem.

A Canon printer works fine on the parallel port with either cable. Feel free to contact me directly at: Bobalston9 AT aol DOT com Bob. Archived from groups: comp.periphs.printers On 3 Jun 2004 20:29:15 -0700, bobalston9@aol.com (Bob Alston) wrote: Hooked up Lexmark Z11 printer to 3-yr old PC with Win XP.

Via parallel cable. Printer mostly prints partial pages. Sometimes just two lines. At other times several lines.

And sometimes it prints the entire page. But does not consistently EVER print full pages. Tried two parallel printer cables. Tried three drivers - windows driver and two downloaded from Lexmark.

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Tried various combinations of print processors and data types. Sent message to Lexmark. No reply yet. Searched Lexmark knowledge base. One item seemed appropriate but did not solve the problem.

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A Canon printer works fine on the parallel port with either cable. Feel free to contact me directly at: Bobalston9 AT aol DOT com Bob Sounds like the cartridge is full of air or overfilled where it will not flow consistanly. I owned a z11 for a long long time and have seen that problem many times. It would disappear instantly by removing some ink due to overfilling. If that is not the case then you have other cartridge issues. A new cartridge would solve the problem.

Archived from groups: comp.periphs.printers So when the printer physically stops printing, you are telling me that is caused by a problem with the cartridge??? Bob beezer wrote in message news. On 3 Jun 2004 20:29:15 -0700, bobalston9@aol.com (Bob Alston) wrote: Hooked up Lexmark Z11 printer to 3-yr old PC with Win XP. Via parallel cable. Printer mostly prints partial pages. Sometimes just two lines. At other times several lines.

And sometimes it prints the entire page. But does not consistently EVER print full pages. Tried two parallel printer cables. Tried three drivers - windows driver and two downloaded from Lexmark. Tried various combinations of print processors and data types.

Sent message to Lexmark. No reply yet. Searched Lexmark knowledge base.

One item seemed appropriate but did not solve the problem. A Canon printer works fine on the parallel port with either cable. Suggestions? Feel free to contact me directly at: Bobalston9 AT aol DOT com Bob Sounds like the cartridge is full of air or overfilled where it will not flow consistanly. I owned a z11 for a long long time and have seen that problem many times.

It would disappear instantly by removing some ink due to overfilling. If that is not the case then you have other cartridge issues. A new cartridge would solve the problem. Archived from groups: comp.periphs.printers On 5 Jun 2004 08:57:11 -0700, bobalston9@aol.com (Bob Alston) wrote: So when the printer physically stops printing, you are telling me that is caused by a problem with the cartridge???

Bob with the z11, yes. More times than not, its cartridge related. Ive had lots of experience with them. Those cartridges dry up fast and require regular, almost daily use or you constantly get cloggs and air locks.

Overfilling causes the same symptoms. Kinda like holding your finger over the top of a straw.

Ink wont flow. Archived from groups: comp.periphs.printers On 5 Jun 2004 08:57:11 -0700, bobalston9@aol.com (Bob Alston) wrote: So when the printer physically stops printing, you are telling me that is caused by a problem with the cartridge??? Bob Ok, just to make sure we are on the same page. When you say 'physically stops printing' do you mean there is no more ink being put down on paper or do you mean the ink carrier stops moving back and forth and the unilt stops as if the power was unplugged? My answer assumed that the unit acted like it was printing but no ink was being put down on paper. Archived from groups: comp.periphs.printers YES, the problem is 'the ink carrier stops moving back and forth and the unilt stops as if the power was unplugged' Bob beezer wrote in message news. On 5 Jun 2004 08:57:11 -0700, bobalston9@aol.com (Bob Alston) wrote: So when the printer physically stops printing, you are telling me that is caused by a problem with the cartridge???

Bob Ok, just to make sure we are on the same page. When you say 'physically stops printing' do you mean there is no more ink being put down on paper or do you mean the ink carrier stops moving back and forth and the unilt stops as if the power was unplugged? My answer assumed that the unit acted like it was printing but no ink was being put down on paper.