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Problem in colour separation by HP5200 laser

I cannot print solid image while printing colour separation on Poly plates by HP 5200 laserjet

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Called HP service today as I had a similar problem......and I was out of warranty....but they said this happens at times if dust get into the top of the printer and they have a recall on them because of that.....they are shipping me a repolacement....FREE of charge.

Posted on Dec 04, 2007

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A new toner cartridge solved the problem entirely.

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That works as the Driver and application( End user is using) settings.
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SOURCE: HP 1600 Colour laserjet Double image

Colour registration problem (some printer loose their registration from time to time).

There will be an option somewhere in the menu system of the printer, or the HP 'Toolbox' to correct this.

Posted on Aug 30, 2009

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