spuds 13:21 25 Nov 2014

If its still under warranty then go back to the place you purchased the printer from for further advice. Take in mind that Kodak printers are no longer made.

When faults like you have mentioned, then I find that repairs are normally out of the question, and a replacement printer need to be considered, due to costs and warranties.

You could look on the internet (Google) to see if anyone else as had similar faults with this particular Kodak model. Or perhaps try click here

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