Question about Samsung CLP-510 Laser Printer
I have a Samsung CLP-510 that is used in a busy chiropractors office, it gets used on a daily basis printing off patients exams that use colour, among numerous other colour prints. The problem that I am having is that for so many prints in the day the colours are fine, then on a random print the blue will fade and be blotchy, as well as with the yellow occasionally. The ink does not need to be changed, so I am wondering if it may be a toner issue. What can I do?
Some paper tints can cause problems with color images, so make
sure that you're using plain white paper, not another color such as
beige, yellow, or blue. Even an off-white shade can affect your colors.
In addition, paper type can slightly influence your ink color. Highly absorbent papers can draw in the ink so quickly that the printed image may seem dull or a little washed out. If this is the case, try a coated paper that is specifically intended for color printing. If you're printing those important family vacation photos, use a good-quality glossy paper.
If your colors are way off, you may be running out of one or more ink colors. For example, blue and yellow are mixed to make green, so if your grass seems blue rather than green, you may be running out of yellow. Check your ink cartridges and replace any that are low or exhausted.
Thank you, & post back if you still need assistance.
Posted on May 07, 2008
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