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Hello, Your problem have only one solution - open laser/scaner Assemblycarefully and clean all mirrors inside whit dry cloth. Dirty mirrors is the most frequently problem for 1600/2600 series If you dont know how to do that just visit HP service Good luck!
That problem is frequently on HP 2600 series.
You must try to change all remanufactured toner cartridges with HP OEM with no exception, the best alignment it is when you change the black cartridge and the printer make a cleaning page process. Cartridge HP OEM should be almoust empty. It Is not necesarry to be a new one. After the alignment process, you can put the remanufacturated cartridges back on.
This was work for me. 100%
160gm is too thick for the printer. Printing a couple of sheets should be okay, but more than that and you will damage the cartridges hence the "grey" haze. Check your printer specs -- max. gm on these printers is probably 105gsm.