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None. It is electrostatic attraction.
It varies from each type of laser printer.
Most printers will specify a total number of pages printed from a laser toner cartridge rather than give an actual amount of toner per page. Which I feel would be more likely to be an average value.
Due to the amount of toner being used per page varying on the number of actual pixels that are required - a black dot or a color dot. If a colour dot is required Three toner colors may be involved to get the color required. Where there is a white dot no toner is required.
It really depends on what image is being rendered onto the paper on each different page image print onto the paper.
Color photos use more toner as more of the page is color than when using black and white !
What about A4. does it print fine on A4. if it does then paper path is clear , if it only Jams/stucks on portrait mode, what size or media u using. it could be HW fault- where the separtaion pad and paper pick up roller is worn out or it is simply setting issue on the printer drivers. Go to printer driver of the printer- printing preference and check setting from there
For understand the issue, little bit technical knowledge required: Take half test page, check how much dark image formed on paper, check on cartridge drum how much dark image created?..(half test page: while printing half of the page switch off the printer, take cartridge out as well as take half printed page)If half page print quality is good on paper: Fuser faulty(teflon sleeve)If half test page print not good & image on drum is OK: Fault with Transfer roller or its bios voltage contacts..If there is proper image on paper & image drum: Problem with laser scanner assembly..find the problem, then remedy is easy..
A laser printer is supposed to charge specific "dots" on the drum, and the toner-ink is supposed to stick only to those "dots", the paper is pressed against the drum, and then the "fuser" uses heat to "melt" the toner-ink onto the paper, to produce the printed page.
Follow steps below
Load photo paper or plain paper with the print side facing you. Open the All-In-One Center. Click the Saved images tab. From the Creative Tasks section, select Print an album page with various photo sizes. Click Change the category of layouts listed above. From the Selected Layouts box, select for example Only Borderless. Click OK. Select a paper size for the photos <- use DIN/4 to print on whole page From the Page Layout area, select a page layout. Drag the photos onto the page. Click Printer Settings. Select the paper size and paper type. <- use DIN/4 to print on whole page From the Quality menu, select Photo, and click OK. Click Print Now.
By studying the print set-up box (for the first time!) I set the printer to the correct photopaper and print quality required, or as near as I could get, and managed to complete the print.Simple really.