I have had this printer for about 2 years, and it worked great. Yesterday I printed about 43 pages and most wasn't legible - ink. I read to first take out the toner panel (with handle) and shake it, as that might get a little more use out of the toner, before replacing that expensive part. I did so, and put it back in the only way it can fit; clicked into place. Now it won't print from my desktop or from my laptop. When I ask to print, it revs up like it's going to print, makes 2 revolutions like it's going to pick up the paper, then stops and nothing. I've taken the part in an out repeatedly. Turned it off ,on repeatedly as well as the computers. When checking status of job, it has said a couple times, printer may be turned off or offline. I troubleshooted their recommendations, and still nothing. It's plugged in, usb to either desktop or laptop. I've used 2 different usb cables - no result.
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The laser printer "shouldn't" need a cooling period from printing. Sounds like you do a good deal of printing with it,. Depending upon the quality of the printer you may need to break down the number of pages per print and see if that works.,. however, my best guess is that it needs a real good and perhaps regular cleaning... Best regards Ck
The problem is the heat transfer unit in the printer. The heat unit on the right side is either not heating up at all or not enough to transfer the toner to the paper. If the printer is still on warranty it needs to be repaired by a tech. If the printer is off warranty, it's usually not worth fixing.
is this the first time you use word ?
if it is any of the newer version 2003, 2007. the printing of envelope is as follow:
open the word, elect tools>>envelopes and labels. type in the delivery address and return address. click add to document.
completed you letter.
whenyou want ot pin the envelope, hig light the delivery address on the document, file, pirnt, type in 0 (zero) in the pages box under the page range (in the middle of the popup, under the "curent page button).
Maybe the toner is low... According to the manual, a blinking red light:
• A minor error is occurring and the printer is waiting for the error to be cleared. When the problem is cleared, the printer resumes printing. • The toner cartridge is low. Order a new toner cartridge. You can temporarily improve print quality by redistributing the toner. See page 8.3. • The toner is totally exhausted. Remove the old toner cartridge and install a new one. See page 8.4. • The toner cartridge reached the end of its life.
I solved this problem with windows xp but have yet to solve it with windows 7. what worked for me is hooking up the hp print server to my network switch and to the 2510. Then I installed the 2510 driver using the samsung exe and choosing NO when it asked about installing the driver without the the printer attached. The NO choice continues and installs the driver. Then run the HP printer wizard choose drivers on this computer when you get to that spot. Then choose the 2510 driver and finish up. You may now have 2 2510 installations and may need to delete the default one under printers and set the other as default. This worked on 3 different xp machines for me