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My HP Laserjet COlor 1600 is giving me double images (makes you feel drunk) some of the time...not all of the time. Any ideas?

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This is normally caused by a defective toner cartridge

Posted on Sep 03, 2008

  • wayne churchill Sep 03, 2008

    Sorry i misread your problem this is most likely to be caused by the transfer belt unless this only happen on single colour prints ie mono which could indicate a defective cartridge. The easiest way to check is to stop the printer half way through a print by opening the front door, then check the image on the cartridges and the transfer belt. You will need to try this a few times to get the timing right.

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Sir thanks for your hp 2600n printer suggestion but still problem is not solved blur image and prints double image


You can read about how to solve print quality problems for this printer on this page.
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Prints double image -- everything printed has a double image. Looks like a ghosted image and is offset to the actaul page.


http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/forums/laser/42756
Hi this link above directly addresses your issue with a view to a fix.
Below is how to troubleshoot your issue, it seems it can be a few things.
Below is your service and repair manual, that will have what to do. www.partshere.com/.../CLJ1600%20removal_replacement.pdf - United States http://www.streetdirectory.com/travel_guide/118490/printers/solving_image_problems_on_hp_laser_printers.html

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My name is John HP 1015 MFP printer will not print Magenta.


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