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HP LaserJet 4200 and 4300 Series Printers - Correcting Print-Quality Problems

Introduction

This document helps define print-quality problems and what to do to correct them. Often print-quality problems can be handled easily by making sure that the printer is properly maintained, using print media that meets HP specifications, or running a cleaning page. Use the examples in this image defect table to determine which print-quality problem are occurring, and then see the printer User's Guide for specific troubleshooting information. These examples identify the most common print-quality problems.

NOTE: The examples below depict letter-size paper that has passed through the printer short-edge first.

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Light print (partial page)

Refer to the following light print solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Make sure that the print cartridge and transfer roller is fully installed.
The toner level in the print cartridge might be low. Replace the print cartridge. For more information on replacing the print cartridge see the "Replacing the print cartridge" section below.
Maintenance might be due. Check this by printing a copy of the supplies status page. (Open the Information menu at the printer control panel and scroll to PRINT SUPPLIES STATUS PAGE.) If maintenance is due, order and install the printer maintenance kit. (See the printer User's Guide for information about ordering a printer maintenance kit. To install the kit, follow the instructions that come in the box with the kit.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Light print (entire page)

Refer to the following light print solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Make sure that the print cartridge and transfer roller is fully installed.
Make sure that the EconoMode setting is turned off at the control panel and in the printer driver. (Open the Configure Device menu at the printer control panel, scroll to the Print Quality submenu, and scroll to ECONOMODE.)
Increase the toner density. (Open the Configure Device menu at the printer control panel, scroll to the Print Quality submenu, and scroll to TONER DENSITY.)
Try using a different type of paper.
The print cartridge might be almost empty. Replace the print cartridge. For more information on replacing the print cartridge, see the "Replacing the print cartridge" section below.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Specks

Specks might appear on a page after a jam has been cleared.

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Run a manual cleaning page to clean the fuser. If specks occur frequently, it is possible to set the printer to run a cleaning page automatically, if the printer does not have an optional duplexer installed. (Click here to go to the "Cleaning the fuser" section below for information about running a cleaning page manually or automatically.)
Try using a different type of paper.
Check the print cartridge for leaks. If the print cartridge is leaking, replace it. For more information on replacing the print cartridge, go to the "Replacing the print cartridge" section below.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Dots in the path direction

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Inspect the transfer roller, replacing if deformed or deteriorated. Click here for additional information about replacing transfer rollers.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Dropouts

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer User's Guide for information about environmental specifications.)
If the paper is rough and the toner easily rubs off, change the fuser mode. (Open the Configure Device menu at the printer control panel, scroll to the Print Quality submenu, and then scroll to FUSER MODES. Select the paper type being used and then change the setting to HIGH1 or HIGH2, which helps the toner fuse more completely onto the paper.
Try using a smoother paper.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Vertical lines

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Run a manual cleaning page to clean the fuser. If specks occur frequently, it is possible to set the printer to run a cleaning page automatically, if the printer does not have an optional duplexer installed. (Click here to go to the "Cleaning the fuser" section below for information about running a cleaning page manually or automatically.)
Maintenance might be due. Check this by printing a copy of the supplies status page. (Open the Information menu at the printer control panel and scroll to PRINT SUPPLIES STATUS PAGE.) If maintenance is due, order and install the printer maintenance kit. (See the printer user guide for information about ordering a printer maintenance kit. To install the kit, follow the instructions that come in the box with the kit.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Horizontal lines (opposite paper path direction)

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
If possible, exchange the print cartridge with a known good print cartridge, to determine if the repetitive defect follows the print cartridge in question. If so, replace the print cartridge. For more information on replacing the print cartridge, go to the "Replacing the print cartridge" section below.
If issue is still unresolved, and if it is possible, exchange the fuser with a known working fuser to determine if the repetitive defect follows the fuser in question. If so, replace the fuser. Click here for more information on replacing the fuser.
Obtain an example of the repetitive defect, measure the distance between the intervals in which the image defects appear, and then contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Gray background

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Do not use paper that has already been run through the printer.
Try using a different type of paper.
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Turn over the stack of paper in the tray. Also, try rotating the paper 180 degrees.
Increase the toner density. (Open the Configure Device menu at the printer control panel, scroll to the Print Quality submenu, and scroll to TONER DENSITY.)
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer User's Guide for environmental specifications.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Toner smear

Also, see "Loose toner" below.

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Try using a different type of paper.
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer User's Guide for environmental specifications.)
Run a manual cleaning page to clean the fuser. If specks occur frequently, it is possible to set the printer to run a cleaning page automatically, if the printer does not have an optional duplexer installed. (Click here to go to the "Cleaning the fuser" section below for information about running a cleaning page manually or automatically.)
Maintenance might be due. Check this by printing a copy of the supplies status page. (Open the Information menu at the printer control panel and scroll to PRINT SUPPLIES STATUS PAGE.) If maintenance is due, order and install the printer maintenance kit. (See the printer user guide for information about ordering a printer maintenance kit. To install the kit, follow the instructions that come in the box with the kit.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Loose toner

Loose toner, in this context, is defined as toner that can be rubbed off the page.

Print sample
Solution
If the paper is rough and the toner easily rubs off, change the fuser mode. Open the Configure Device menu at the printer control panel, scroll to the Print Quality submenu, and then scroll to FUSER MODES. Select the paper type being used and then change the setting to HIGH1 or HIGH2, which helps the toner fuse more completely onto the paper. Also, set the type of paper for the tray being used.
If there is a rougher texture on one side of the paper, try printing on the smoother side.
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer User's Guide for information about environmental specifications.)
Make sure that type and quality of the paper being used meet HP specifications. (See the printer User's Guide for information about media specifications.)
Maintenance might be due. Check this by printing a copy of the supplies status page. (Open the Information menu at the printer control panel and scroll to PRINT SUPPLIES STATUS PAGE.) If maintenance is due, order and install the printer maintenance kit. (See the printer user guide for information about ordering a printer maintenance kit. To install the kit, follow the instructions that come in the box with the kit.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Repeating defects

Also, see "Repeating image" below.

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
If the distance between defects is 38 mm (1.5 inches) or 94 mm (3.76 inches), the print cartridge might need to be replaced.
Run a manual cleaning page to clean the fuser. If specks occur frequently, it is possible to set the printer to run a cleaning page automatically, if the printer does not have an optional duplexer installed. (Click here to go to the "Cleaning the fuser" section below for information about running a cleaning page manually or automatically.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Repeating image

This type of defect might occur when using preprinted forms or a large quantity of narrow paper.

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Make sure that type and quality of the paper being used meet HP specifications. (See the printer User's Guide for information about media specifications.)
If the distance between defects is 38 mm (1.5 inches) or 94 mm (3.76 inches), the print cartridge might need to be replaced.
Maintenance might be due. Check this by printing a copy of the supplies status page. (Open the Information menu at the printer control panel and scroll to PRINT SUPPLIES STATUS PAGE.) If maintenance is due, order and install the printer maintenance kit. (See the printer user guide for information about ordering a printer maintenance kit. To install the kit, follow the instructions that come in the box with the kit.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Misformed characters

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer User's Guide for information about environmental specifications.)
Maintenance might be due. Check this by printing a copy of the supplies status page. (Open the Information menu at the printer control panel and scroll to PRINT SUPPLIES STATUS PAGE.) If maintenance is due, order and install the printer maintenance kit. (See the printer user guide for information about ordering a printer maintenance kit. To install the kit, follow the instructions that come in the box with the kit.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Page skew

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Verify that there are no torn pieces of paper inside the printer.
Make sure that paper is loaded correctly and that all adjustments have been made. Make sure that the guides in the tray are not too tight or too loose against the paper.
Turn over the stack of paper in the tray. Also, try rotating the paper 180 degrees.
Make sure that the type and quality of the paper being used meet HP specifications. (See the printer User's Guide for information about media specifications.)
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer User's Guide for information about environmental specifications.)
Maintenance might be due. Check this by printing a copy of the supplies status page. (Open the Information menu at the printer control panel and scroll to PRINT SUPPLIES STATUS PAGE.) If maintenance is due, order and install the printer maintenance kit. (See the printer User's Guide for information about ordering a printer maintenance kit. To install the kit, follow the instructions that come in the box with the kit.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Curl or wave

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Turn over the stack of paper in the tray. Also, try rotating the paper 180 degrees.
Make sure that the type and quality of the paper being used meet HP specifications. (See the printer User's Guide for information about media specifications.)
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer User's Guide for information about environmental specifications.)
Try printing to a different output bin.
If paper is lightweight and smooth, change the fuser mode. Open the Configure Device menu at the printer control panel, scroll to the Print Quality submenu, scroll to FUSER MODES, and then select the paper type being used. Change the setting to LOW, which helps reduce the heat in the fusing process. Also, set the type of paper for the tray being used.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Wrinkles or creases

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer User's Guide for information about environmental specifications.)
Turn over the stack of paper in the tray. Also, try rotating the paper 180 degrees.
Make sure that paper is loaded correctly and all adjustments have been made.
Make sure that the type and quality of the paper being used meet HP specifications. (See the printer User's Guide for information about media specifications.)
If envelopes are creasing, try storing envelopes so that they lie flat.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Vertical white lines

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Make sure that the type and quality of the paper being used meet HP specifications. (See the printer User's Guide for information about media specifications.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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White lines (horizontal)

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
If possible, exchange the print cartridge with a known good print cartridge, to determine if the repetitive defect follows the print cartridge in question. If so, replace the print cartridge. For more information on replacing the print cartridge, go to the "Replacing the print cartridge" section below.
If issue is still unresolved, and if it is possible, exchange the fuser with a known working fuser to determine if the repetitive defect follows the fuser in question. If so, replace the fuser. Click here for more information about replacing the fuser.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Tire tracks

This defect typically occurs when the print cartridge has far exceeded its rated usage of 12,000 pages (HP LaserJet 4200 series) or 18,000 pages (HP LaserJet 4300 series)-for example, if printing a very large quantity of pages with very little toner coverage.

Print sample
Solution
Reduce the number of pages being printed with very low toner coverage.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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White spots on black

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Print a few more pages to see if the problem corrects itself.
Make sure that the type and quality of the paper being used meet HP specifications. (See the printer User's Guide for information about media specifications.)
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer User's Guide for information about environmental specifications.)
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Scattered lines

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Make sure that the type and quality of the paper being used meet HP specifications. (See the printer User's Guide for information about media specifications.)
Make sure that the environmental specifications for the printer are being met. (See the printer user guide for information about environmental specifications.)
Turn over the stack of paper in the tray. Also, try rotating the paper 180 degrees.
Change the toner density. (Open the Configure Device menu at the printer control panel, scroll to the Print Quality submenu, and scroll to TONER DENSITY.)
Optimize line detail. (Open the Configure Device menu at the printer control panel, scroll to the Print Quality submenu, scroll to OPTIMIZE, and set LINE DETAIL = ON.).
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Blurred print

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Make sure that the type and quality of the paper being used meet HP specifications. (See the printer user guide for information about media specifications.)
Turn over the stack of paper in the tray. Also, try rotating the paper 180 degrees.
Do not use paper that already has been run through the printer.
Decrease the toner density.
Ensure that the transfer roller is properly seated.
Optimize the transfer of toner to the paper. (Open the Configure Device menu at the printer control panel, scroll to the Print Quality submenu, and scroll to OPTIMIZE, and set HIGH TRANSFER = ON.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Black page

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
If possible, exchange the print cartridge with a known good print cartridge, to determine if the repetitive defect follows the print cartridge in question. If so, replace the print cartridge. For more information on replacing the print cartridge, go to the "Replacing the print cartridge" section below.
If issue is still unresolved, contact HP Customer Care for further assistance.

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Blank or “white” page

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Ensure that the application is not sending incorrect page-length requests or extra page-eject commands. (May appear as an intermittent problem)
Check with the network administrator to ensure that the network is correctly configured. Some sharing devices on networks might generate a blank page as a print job separator.
Ensure that the printer is not feeding two or more pages at once. May appear as an intermittent problem. To prevent this from happening, remove the media from the tray and flex the stack in one direction, and then the other, to separate the pages. Do not fan the stack. Replace the stack in the tray.
Inspect the print cartridge to ensure that the sealing tape was removed. If this is the case, remove the sealing tape and reinsert the print cartridge into the printer.
The print cartridge may be empty or defective. Remove and reseat the print cartridge. If the issue is not resolved, replace the print cartridge. For more information on replacing the print cartridge, go to the "Replacing the print cartridge" section below.
If the issue is still unresolved, please contact HP Customer care for further assistance.

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Dark print on page

Refer to the following solutions:

Print sample
Solution
Verify that the correct toner density setting has been selected. ( Click here for additional information )
The print cartridge may be close to the end of its expected life. If this is the case, replace the print cartridge. For more information on replacing the print cartridge, go to the "Replacing the print cartridge" section below.
The media may not meet the printers’ specifications or is not stored properly. To prevent this:
  1. Turn over the stack of media in the tray. Also, try rotating the media 180 degrees.

  2. Check the media for type and quality. If the issue continues, replace the media with some from a freshly opened package that meets the printer specifications.

If the issue is still unresolved, please contact HP Customer care for further assistance.

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Cleaning the inside of the printer

Clean the inside of the printer to keep it free of dust and residue. Use a dry, lint-free cloth.

CAUTION: Do not use ammonia-based cleaners on or around the printer. While cleaning the printer, be careful not to touch the transfer roller (the black, rubber roller located underneath the print cartridge, illustrated in Figure 1). Skin oils on the roller can cause print-quality problems.

Figure 1: Avoid touching the transfer roller

Cleaning the inside of the printer

  1. Turn the printer power off and unplug the power cord.

    Figure 2: Right side and rear view of the product

    1 - Power button
    2 - Power cord connection
  2. Open the top cover and remove the print cartridge.

    Figure 3: Location of top cover and print cartridge

    WARNING: Avoid reaching too far into the printer. The adjacent fusing area might be hot.
    CAUTION: To prevent damage to the print cartridge, do not expose it to light for more than a few minutes.
  3. Wipe any dust or dirt off the paper feed guides (shaded areas) with a dry, lint-free cloth.

    Figure 4: Location of paper feed guides inside the printer

    NOTE: If toner gets on clothing, wipe it off with a dry cloth and wash clothing in cold water. (Hot water sets toner into fabric.)
  4. Using the green handle, lift the paper-access plate and wipe off any residue with a dry, lint-free cloth.

    Figure 5: Location of paper-access plate

  5. Reinstall the print cartridge, close the top cover, plug in the power cord, and turn the printer power on.

    Figure 6: Installing print cartridge and closing top cover

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Cleaning the fuser

Run the printer cleaning page to keep the fuser free of toner and paper particles that can sometimes accumulate. Accumulation of toner and particles can cause specks to appear on the front or back side of print jobs.

To ensure optimum print quality, HP recommends using the cleaning page every time the print cartridge is replaced, or on a preselected automatic interval. If an optional duplexer is installed, it is necessary to run cleaning pages manually.

The cleaning procedure takes about 2.5 minutes to complete. A message (either "CREATING CLEANING PAGE" or "CLEANING") appears on the printer control panel display while the cleaning is taking place.

Running the cleaning page manually

In order for the cleaning page to work properly, print the page on copier-grade paper (not bond, heavy, or rough paper). If an optional duplexer is installed, this cleaning method is the only one that can be used. To ensure that automatic cleaning is off, see “To run the cleaning page automatically” below.

  1. If a duplexer is installed, open the rear output bin.

  2. Press (Select) to open the menus.
  3. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to CONFIGURE DEVICE, and then press (Select).
  4. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to PRINT QUALITY, and then press (Select).
  5. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to CREATE CLEANING PAGE, and then press (Select).
  6. Follow the instructions on the cleaning page to complete the cleaning process.

  7. Close the rear output bin.

Running the cleaning page automatically

Using the procedure below, it is possible to set the printer to print cleaning pages automatically at a preselected interval. In order for the cleaning page to run without intervention, the selected size and plain paper type must be kept available in the printer. The printer will not interrupt a printing job in process.

If an optional duplexer is installed, make sure that automatic cleaning is turned off. Run cleaning pages manually only. (See “Running the cleaning page manually” above.)

  1. Press (Select) to open the menus.
  2. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to CONFIGURE DEVICE, and then press (Select).
  3. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to PRINT QUALITY, and then press (Select).
  4. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to AUTO CLEANING, and then press (Select).
  5. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to ON, and then press (Select).
  6. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to CLEANING INTERVAL, and then press (Select).
  7. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to the desired interval between 1,000 and 20,000 pages, and then press (Select) to save the selection.
  8. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to AUTO CLEANING SIZE, and then press (Select).
  9. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to the paper size that the printer is to use for cleaning pages (A4 or LETTER), and then press (Select) to save the selection.

The printer automatically prints a cleaning page at the interval and page size that have been selected. Discard the output page created by the cleaning process.

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Replacing the transfer roller

The following is the procedure for replacing the transfer roller.

  1. Turn the printer so that the front is accessible.

  2. Open the top cover and remove the print cartridge.

    Figure 7: Opening top cover and removing print cartridge

    1 - Opening the top cover
    2 - Removing the print cartridge
  3. Locate the transfer roller beneath the area from which the print cartridge was removed.

  4. Use the plastic transfer-roller tool (Figure 8, call-out 1) to lift the left end of the metal shaft (Figure 8, call-out 2) upward.

  5. Slide the transfer roller (Figure 8, call-out 3) to the left and remove.

    Figure 8: Removing transfer roller

    1 - Plastic transfer-roller tool
    2 - Metal shaft
    3 - Transfer roller
  6. Put on the gloves and remove the protective sheet from the new transfer roller.

    Figure 9: Removing protective sheet

    CAUTION: Do not touch the new transfer roller with bare hands. Skin oils on the roller can cause print-quality problems.
  7. Make sure that the black collar on the left side is oriented properly, with the open end down.

  8. Install the new transfer roller by sliding the right side into place (Figure 10, call-out 1) and then snap the left side (with the gear) into place (Figure 10, call-out 2).

    Figure 10: Installing transfer roller

    1 - Sliding the right side into place
    2 - Snapping the left side into place
  9. Install the print cartridge, and then close the top cover

    Figure 11: Installing print cartridge and closing top cover

    1 - Installing the print cartridge
    2 - Closing the top cover

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Replacing the print cartridge

  1. Turn the printer so that the front is accessible.

  2. Open the top cover and remove the print cartridge.

    Figure 12: Opening top cover and removing print cartridge

    1 - Opening the top cover
    2 - Removing the print cartridge
  3. Remove the new print cartridge from its packaging.

  4. Bend and then pull the sealing tab from the end of the print cartridge to remove the entire length of the tape.

    Figure 13: Sealing tab at the end of the print cartridge

    1 - Sealing tab
    CAUTION: Avoid touching any black toner on the tape. If the toner gets on clothing, wipe it off with a dry cloth and wash the clothing in cold water. Hot water sets the toner into the fabric.
  5. Slide the print cartridge into the printer as far as it can go.

    Figure 14: Inserting print cartridge into the printer

  6. Close the top cover.

    NOTE: If the top cover does not close, make sure that the print cartridge is correctly installed.

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Changing toner density setting

Increase the TONER DENSITY setting in the Print Quality submenu. Toner density controls the lightness or darkness of the print on a page. The settings range from 1 (light) to 5 (dark). The default setting is 3. The setting can be increased to 4 or 5 to darken the print. These settings consume more toner than the default setting of 3.

If it is not possible to gain access to a menu or item, it is either not an option for the printer, or the associated higher-level option has not been enabled. See the network administrator if a function has been locked. ("ACCESS DENIED MENUS LOCKED" appears on the printer control panel display.)

To change a control panel menu option

  1. Press (Select) to open the menus.
  2. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to the desired menu, and then press (Select).
  3. Some menus might have several submenus. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to the desired submenu item, and then press (Select).
  4. Use (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) to scroll to the setting, and then press (Select). Some settings change rapidly if (Up Arrow) or (Down Arrow) is held down. An asterisk (*) appears next to the selection on the display, indicating that it is now the default.
  5. Press Pause/Resume to exit the menu.

    NOTE: Settings in the printer driver and program override control panel settings. (Program settings override printer driver settings.)

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Replacing the fuser

The following are the steps to replace the fuser.

WARNING: The fuser may be hot. Turn the printer off and wait thirty minutes for the fuser to cool.
  1. Open the rear output bin and pull the extension outward until it stops.

    Figure 15: Opening the rear output bin

  2. Remove the rear output bin and extension by bending the middle of the bin down and releasing the two hinge pins.

    Figure 16: Removing the rear output bin

  3. Firmly grasp each side of the fuser. Push the blue levers upward and pull the fuser straight out of the printer.

    Figure 17: Pulling fuser out of printer

    WARNING: The fuser might be hot. Make sure that the printer has been turned off for 30 minutes before removing the fuser.
  4. Remove all packing material from the new fuser.

    Figure 18: Removing all packaging

  5. Push the new fuser firmly into the printer until the blue levers on both sides click into place.

    Figure 19: Pushing the new fuser into the printer

  6. Install the rear output bin. Pull gently on the bin to make sure that the hinge pins are fully inserted and then close the rear output bin.

    Figure 20: Installing the rear output bin

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