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Letteres printed on a Monochrome printer offset type onto themselves

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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Which print finishing setting do you use: Draft, Normal or Best?

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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    Matt Jurach Mar 07, 2008

    I ask in order to determine if it is excess toner that is being transferred.

    Is there just a shadow of the text that is transferred onto other parts of the paper (excess toner)? In other words, the original text is still completely intact and legible, but maybe just a little lighter as some excess toner has been transferred away.

    Or is the toner moving totally away from the print area and onto other paper surfaces? In other words, whole pieces of toner are missing from the printed area and are instead found on other parts of the paper.

  • Matt Jurach
    Matt Jurach Mar 07, 2008

    If it is the first, then the answer is that you should use less toner. Try "Normal" instead of "Best," or "Draft" instead of "Normal."

    If it is the second, where whole toner chunks of letters are moving from the printed area to other parts, then I believe the issue is with the type of paper you are using.

    Get paper that is rated especially for laser printing. Since this is an HP, I recommend getting HP Laser Paper. It is specially designed to adhere with HP toner.

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