Question about HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer
The ghosting occurs at 57mm - 2 and 1/2 inches I believe it is the fuser. Can you confirm? Also the prices seems to run about $150. ANy recommendations on where to purchase? Is it worth fixing? Is it simple to replace assuming I have few technical skills.
I was able to jury rig a fix by doing the following:
1)Load plain paper in tray 2
2)left arrow to 'system service' press green check
3) left arrow to 'clean' press green check
4) Print your doc. It should print clean. Unfortunately you have to run this between each print. wicked awful (especially since I had 100 copies to print)..but worked
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
You are most likely correct. this is called fuser offsetting, to check it out, stop the paper being printed MID CYCLE open the front door just when you think the paper is behind it..., pull the paper off the transfer belt. Is the ghost there? Probably not, and if it isnt, then it is your fuser. I can lead you to a reputable supplier. You can buy QUALITY rebuilt fusers with great warranties at prices well less than new OEM.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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