Question about Canon LASER SHOT LBP-2900 Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Canon Pixma mp510
The top-loading sheet feeder accommodates approximately 150 sheets (depending on weight), and the front feeder is good for around 100 sheets. Actual media sizes supported by the main feeder (top-loading) include A4, B5, A5, Letter, Legal, Envelopes (DL size or Commercial 10), 10x15cm(4" x 6"), 10x18cm, 13x18cm, 20x25cm, and Credit Card (54x86mm), while the front feeder is less accommodating with just A4, Letter, and B5.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
SOURCE: Colour on glossy paper
First thing, use original Canon cartridges. that could be the source of your issue, as these days, printer companies resort to these kinda tricks to ensure that the customer only buys their products.
Next, make sure that you have selected the proper paper type and output quality under printer properties.
Should this not work, please post back so that we can assist you further. But remember, try with the original inks first, and not refilled or generic cartridges.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
We are looking at inherent limitations of the copier. The reason the paper appears "glossy" is that it is coated with a type of plastic that does not like going Thru whats called the fuser. This fuser does what its name implies as it "fuses" the toner to the paper by way of extreme heat and pressure. Thru decades of trial and error copier manufactures have found a way to make carbon black and plastique( like the EURO NAME?) along with other confidential compounds into a mixture (called toner) that can survive the extreme heat (370' F and above) and pressure (the sky is the limit here) bond to the paper and successfully exit. However, the nifty glossy paper was designed for an inkjet printer which uses sprayed ink and neither heat or pressure. My final most helpful statement would be that glossy paper was never designed for a copier. And I can promise you that at some point the glossy paper will cause a paper jam in the fusing area that will be very expensive . Since the "gloss " is merely a plastic shine that was never meant to be "re-melted" by the rubber coated rollers......... need I say more. One day you will have a paper jam from hell that will destroy the fuser. I wish I had better news but if you think about it I just saved you a service call, and a significant bill. You are are the working guys/ gals like me that I like to help before you get screwed. Take care.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
are you using geniune canon glossy paper??? it is designed for the printers and really is the best for the machines
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Please try to change the paper type :
Please follow the steps given below:
1. Click on "Start," "Control Panel," "Printers and Other Hardware" and "Printers and Faxes."
2. Right click on the Canon printer icon and select "Properties."
3. Under "General" tab click on "Printing Preferences."
4. Go to "Quality/Copies" and under the "Paper Type" and select the right option under "Use my choice"
5. Select on "OK."
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Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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