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Have just purchased HP 2620 all in one

printer. Trying to print 6x4 photos but it is printing small approx 13.5mm x 9.5. Cannot find how to adjust this. Can anyone help?

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Your printer model is not borderless. If you load 6x4 sheet the print will be smaller. Your printer will leave empty margin on all sides of a sheet.




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Thank you. I had not realised that. As a follow up question. Why is the border not even when I print 6x4 and 5x7 photos. Wider one side and large gap at bottom.

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Bottom margin ( gap) is largest around 13 mm that is because the mechanical properties of the printer can't handle that last 13 mm there is nothing to hold the paper in a straight position that will allow ink to be placed on the bottom margin.




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