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Ok,if it is slow printing on faxing,than it depence from the sender or from network.But if prints sloly when you copy than try to make it faster on manu display,or try to open it and maybe is some peace of paper left inside and blocking it.
Whenever I have a customer tell me their printer seems to be running slower, 9 times out of 10 its what they're trying to print...not the printer. Heres a couple of things to do and ask yourself. First I'd do a test print from the printer itself. Does it kick it right out? Then go to the printer folder on the computer, right click on the printer, go to properties..click print test page. Does that come out pretty quick? Okay if they seem relatively fast then its beginning to look like something other than the printer. Try printing the job that seems to run slow. Then try printing from a different program. Is there a difference in speed? The job that prints slow may have graphics or require more memory then it use to. Perhaps you changed the graphics content on the page and the printerr is taking more time to process it. Adding more memory to the printer can help that.
Did you make any software change to the printer about the same time you noticed the slow down?
Have you changed the font color in the computer to something other than black for that particular print job? I've seen monochrome (black and white) laser printers slow down because its trying to convert the job to say violet or some other color. Its a black text printer and apparently printing color confuses it ..lol My bet is..if you really sit down and think back...something changed in the content of what your printing thats taking it longer to process it. Hope this helps!
please check the cartridge and see if it is the recommended one the printer.. if it is .... remove it ,clean the print mouth, re fix it and try printing... sometimes refilled cartridges also give the same problem. please check that too.
When using colored paper in the all-in-one, printing or copying is slow.
issue is a result of the automatic paper type sensor misreading the
colored paper as photo paper. The print out takes longer because the
unit is printing in Best mode instead of Normal mode.
the steps below to temporarily change the Automatic Paper Type setting
from within the application that you are printing from.
Select the appropriate all-in-one from the drop-down list and click
tab and under
made within the application might not be permanent and the setting will
default back to Automatic after closing the application. The setting
will have to be changed each time colored paper is used in the
Follow the steps below to change the default Automatic Paper Type setting to plain paper.
following the steps below, the default Automatic Paper Type setting
will be changed to Plain Paper. In order to use a different paper type
in the all-in-one (e.g., photo paper), the setting will have to be
temporarily changed to reflect the new paper type.
, point to
, and then click
Printers and Faxes
Right-click the appropriate all-in-one, and then click
tab and under
This sets the default paper type setting to Plain Paper.