Question about HP Color LaserJet 2600n Printer
There is a color shift or "ghost image" on certain colors (it looks like the colours are out of alignment). When printing a color test page the magenta band is shifted to the right. The orange band has a 2mm yellow stripe on the left and a 1mm magenta stripe on the right. The DC Controller firmware is updated: cpr in the beginning and EV = 2F. I had calibrated numerous times and reset back to defaults. Will a firmware update fix this problem? My firmware version is 20050610 but I cannot find where to download the firmware update anywhere on the hp website. I am using genuine HP toner cartridges.
I own a HP 2600n and I had the same problem the way I fixed it was hold both arrow buttons in the turned off the power for 10 seconds while holding the buttons in then turned it back on then released after 3seconds the reset my defaults this cured my problems
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
Color misalignment on my 2605dn.
Flashed firmware (twice), latest drivers etc.
Replaced remanufactured cartriges with HP OEM units
after alignment problems and one leaking magenta cart.
Black cartridge is printing 1/8" LEFT of other colors.
Still misaligned with different black OEM cart cartriges.
Cleaned belt, blew out any loose toner (almost none)
Any assistance is MUCH appreciated.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
Solution 3 fixed our problem. Colours were out of alignment with black.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
This post worked for me and fixed my problem,thank you GeorgeMM, read solution 3's first link, just done this on about the 5th of these printers, followed by a factory reset (turn printer on while holding the 2 arrow buttons down) followed by a calibration
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
The problem is well documented and cannot be fixed by a firmware update or changing the toner. See the following link:
If you have ongoing calibration problems see this:
Posted on May 05, 2009
Yes a firmware update may help. Let me know if you can't find it maybe I have the link I can forward it to you. New toners in there?
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
Change the toner! If you guys are using substitute toners then that might be the problem. That's how we cured ours, bought the GENUINE stuff and recalibrated it. That's all it took for our problem.
Posted on May 20, 2008
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