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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Printing on heavy cardstock
HP recommends papers with ratings of at least 90 for brightness and 75 g/m2 (20 pound) weight. before u proceed....remove the rear access door to reveal the rollers.Take a slightly wet cotton cloth and wipe the rollers in the upward direction 4 times.Close the rear access door. now do as said - START -PRINTERS & FAXES -CHOOSE THE PRINTER ICON THAT HAS BEEN HIGHLIGHTED WITH A CORRECT MARK. - RIGHT CLICK - PRINTING PREFERANCES - PAPER/QUALITY TAB - CUSTOM -Create a new custom paper size that is dependable on the paper you are using - type a name & SAVE -ok -ok -try printing if the problem still insists the report back and do mention which tool you are using for the printout. if its heavy pearlized paper then i do not think th eprinter would accept it . it maintains its own standard weight to detect the paper.
Posted on Sep 24, 2007
This printer isn't designed to take heavy paper, only office standard, and slightly heavier for smarter documents / photos. Best idea would be to print one on smart bright white paper (or desired colour), and take it to a copy shop where they can print onto card. The problem is that the thin paper will easily roll round the rollers at the back, however the thicker paper can't, and therefore jams with the rollers tickling the end of it.
Good luck, and congrats on wedding :)
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Yes the 2600 will print on heavy card stock and vellum paper. I had one and did some landscape proposals on this printer and also printed on card stock as well.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
If its heavier than 60 to 105 gsm (16 to 28 lb), then your printer can not take that type.
Unless there is a manual feed on the back, the paper won't be able to bend well inside of the printer, hence the jam.
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
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