Question about Canon imageCLASS D880 All-In-One Laser Printer
I print a letter, fold it and mail it. When it arrives and is opened, the text of the letter is impressed onto the area it was folded against. Imagine you wrote something in lipstick and folded the page. There would be an impression of the lipstick on the opposite side of the fold.
I suspect the paper, which is 24 lb with 25% cotton content - but why?
Maybe it is excess toner, or the paper type my be the wrong type to use, try some other type
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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Most printers and copiers are made for the standard 20# paper, if using a different paper then most of the time you need to specify what type ie: transparency, labels, lbs etc. so the machine can accommodate itself. ( lowering or increasing the heat in the fusing section, and pressure on the paper.)
for that machine everything is done through the pc. go to File, Print, right click on the printer, go to properties got to device settings, General, printing preferences and paper quality, there is a box there for paper options. try setting it to cardstock.
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