Question about HP LASERJET P1006 Printer
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
To isolate the problem you need to do a 'half test'. This involves printing and stopping paper half way through the printer. This can be done by opening the toner door at the appropriate time. The paper should have just entered the fuser (watch out, the fuser is HOT). You should see the paper with the printing on it after removing the toner cartridge. Carefully turn the toner cartridge over and move back the door that covers the drum. DO NOT TOUCH THE DRUM. If there is the corresponding blank spot in the center of the drum, like the paper, the scanner is dirty or blocked. A can of compressed air will help here. If you have access to a different toner cartridge, you may want to try that first.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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