Question about HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer
Ther are a lot of different issues which could be causing the problem
Best to eleminate the possible suspects
Elimate it is a paper issue by using a different paper, one that meets HPs specs
Check if it is a toner issue
If the 4 cartridges are almost full then you have replaced them fairly recently, or they are not genuine HP cartridges and the amount in the cartridges are not registering correctly
If you bought the cartridges recently are they genuinely HP, there a lot of good refillers out there but there are also a lot of cowboys in the industry. HP will only recommend there own toner cartridges, so replace the cartridges with new HP cartridges, at worse if the problem persists you can contact HP and tell them their consumables are faulty and let them tell you what your problem is
Were the cartridges removed from their protective packaging before installing and were they exposed to light for more than a few minutes
There is probablly a few things I have over looked, check out the link below
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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