Question about HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer
My printer has traces of the ink tonner powder on the flap of all CMYK cartridges. And when it prints, these colors are transferred onto the ‘black film looking thing that rolls’ on the door. From there the strikes of colors are pass on to the paper.
What should I do? Thank you.
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In your HP toolbox Icon on desktop/start menu or typically located via web browser at: http://localhost:3910/ you can select troubleshooting tools to try using a cleaning page This has worked for me. This process cleans the paper path. You may have to run this 2 times if it is really bad.
Facts about laser printers: you need DRY paper for best print quality. laser paper is reccomended. as toner sticks to it better
Use this process to maintain optimum print quality. See the user guide for more information.
1. Click the "Print" button to print out the Cleaning Page. 2. Remove the Cleaning Page from the output bin, and load it printed side down in Tray 1. 3. Click the "Clean" button to complete the cleaning process. (Note: You may also need to press the "GO" button on the device.)
You can find more information about this here:
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Posted on Mar 31, 2008
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