Question about HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer
Is the toner fused to the paper, or 'loose', and can be rubbed of easily. Are there 'flakes' of toner, that may or may not be loose?
If the toner is fused, the cartridges are likely to be leaking toner - especially if they are remanufactured - not easy to get right, and even more difficult to get right if 'home refilled'.
Solution to this is replace cartridges, or if these are new return them to supplier as faulty.
If there are 'flakes', it is likely to be the fuser that is contaminated with toner that has ot fused to previous pages - usually as a result of using the wrong type of media, or setting the wrong paper type when printing on thick media.
Fuser can be cleaned, or in extreme cases replaced.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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