Question about HP LaserJet 1320 Printer
Letters that are printed on good stationery, folded and mailed arrive with type offset onto the parts of the sheet they contact. I know that the rollers that sort the mail at the post office cause this but it only happens with my thicker better paper (24 lb.). It does not happen with thin white copy paper. I was told it could be the fuser roller. I replaced the printer with a new one. Same problem. Can a laser printer print type that will not transfer itself to another sheet when presure form postal sorting rollers are applied?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Most printers and copiers are made for the standard 20# paper, if using a different paper then most of the time you need to specify what type ie: transparency, labels, lbs etc. so the machine can accommodate itself. ( lowering or increasing the heat in the fusing section, and pressure on the paper.)
for that machine everything is done through the pc. go to File, Print, right click on the printer, go to properties got to device settings, General, printing preferences and paper quality, there is a box there for paper options. try setting it to cardstock.
Oct 04, 2007 | HP LaserJet 1320n Printer
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