My HP 2600n printer has begun leaving large "Ink" smears on pages when printing in color. It is also leaving shadows of letters, etc. from previously printed pages. These problems happen intermittently, but frequently, and there seems to be no continuity to under what circumstances this happens. I've tried cleaning it with the cleaner sheets you can run through printers, but that had no impact. Any thoughts?
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Try this: '''Cleaning page'' in the menu, 1,2.3 times. The quality of print out getting better.
This solution is temporary, for a few pages in one day. If the printer is used with high intensity, there is necessary to change the Fuser Unit for HP Colour Laserjet 2600/n (200/240v) Part Number: RM1-1821-240CN or Fusing Assembly – RM1-1820(110/120v)
want the answer to this we have a hp 2600n laser printer and its leaving smug of color on the paper the big wide roller where the page gets printed is smear with all the colors. Is there a way to clean this and what to use so we can fix the problem.
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Do you use original genuine cartridges or refilled ones. It sounds like you have had a leak and need to completely clean out your printer heads, rollers and perhaps do a deep claean as well. You can buy faulty cartridges and toners that have one leak, then the ink continually leaves traces as it prints. When you say callibrated, do you mean you ran print tests and setting tests. Running a print test can often help to diagnose ink issues an d narrow the results down a bit. After a thorough clean, you could try uninstalling and reinstalling unit.