Question about HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer
When I print anything from my HP 2600 color printer, the entire background area of the paper is covered by a very light layer of what I can only describe as "overspray". It especially happens when I'm printing labels. If I do one label on a sheet, the remaining sheet is no good because the more you run it through the printer, the darker the "overspray" becomes. It's almost always a pink color.
You really should not run labels through this machine unless they are full sheets. If you are running used pages the glue will build up on the tranfer belt and cause the hazing.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
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