Question about HP LaserJet P4014n Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ink smudges off envelope
You will need to select in the drive that the media type you are putting in is envelopes this will adjust the printer fusing section to increase the heat.
Also you must select to go through tray one when doing this open the back door and the printed envelope will come out of the back and should be fine. If not try a lesser grade of envelope if still the same problem then the fuser unit is slipping and will need to be replaced.
Hope this helps you
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
SOURCE: envelopes smudge
I have been informed that these fusers have a seperate heating element in the middle of the heat roller for envelopes to save energy and it's temperature is not sensed by the thermistor.If I trick the printer (with paper path tests) into printing envvelopes while thinking that it is letter the fusing is ok.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
SOURCE: HP laserjet 4250 evelope smudge
This is a common problem with 4250/4350 fusers.They have a seperate heating element for envelopes in the middle of the heat roller that is not controled by the thermistor.If I trick the printer (with paper path tests) into printing on an envelope while thinking it is letter the problem dissapears.I think HP will have to fix this, perhaps with driver or firmware upgrades.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
As long as you have the correct envelope feeder then it just locks into place on the front of the printer. Simply open the tray 1 feed door (the one with the model number 4050 on it) and your envelope feeder just "locks" in just above the open tray. If you look at the printer you will see a small square connector block. Now look at the envelope feeder and you will see where the 2 meet together. Then match up the 2 and "lock" it in place.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
SOURCE: envelope jam HP Officejet 8500
Try to print envelope through Microsoft Word
1) Click Tools , click Letters and Mailings and then click Envelopes and Labels .
2) Type the Delivery and Return address information.
3) Click Options .
4) On the Envelope Options tab, set the following options:-
As envelop can not feed correctly every time, it depends on the weight, flap design, paper type and other factors & cause jam, To prevent those you can do.
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Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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