Question about HP LASERJET P1006 Printer
HP LaserJet P1006 is still supported. It can run In Windows 98 though Windows 10. In my answer, I would recommend downloading the Basic Driver. The basic driver allows you to print, manage and doesn't allow anything else to install with it.
Here's the link:
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Posted on May 31, 2019
SOURCE: HP Laser Jet p1006. usb cable
I am assuming your looking for a USB cable? Was not really to spefic of a question......
If you are looking for a cable , here is one:
If not please specify the issue.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
All HP drivers can be found on www.hp.com and with a few (VERY few) exeptions they're all for free. You didn't state what operating system You have, so I'll give you a link for the download "start page" for Your printer: LJ 1300 download page
Skip the "CD-ROM order page" and go for the "Driver" section. You can chose between three printer driver types, but for "everyday" printing I'd go for the PCL6 driver.
Hopefully this solves Your problem. If not, or you have further questions regarding installing this printer, feel free to ask.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: hp p1006 wont load/feed paper
i know this is not perfect but...
paper runs out during printing... so
1)open the front cover
2)close the front cover
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Posted on May 08, 2009
SOURCE: Printer problem
even a very small piece of paper (A small piece torn off a jammed sheet) can cause the sensor arm to stick in place giving a false paper jam. Double check the entire paper path (what is visible) using a flashlight.
Also, check for broken "flag" sensors. Basically a flag sensor is a small piece of plastic that is pushed out of the way when the paper is traveling through the unit. If one of these flags is broken it may display a paper jam error as well (The flag after paper travels through will drop back into the paper path.) If this is broken it will not trigger the sensor and thus the error condition exists..
Most likely you have a small piece of paper stuck inside the paper path somewhere.
Do not, I repeat do not use any sharp or pointed metal objects to remove any small paper from within the fuser unit, the fuser covers are very delicate and such poking and prodding will likely damage the fuser covers, causing bad print quality or drastically decrease the fuser life (a small tear will quickly render the fuser useless).
Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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