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HP Color LaserJet 2600n - Calibrating the printer
Calibrating the printer
The printer automatically calibrates at various times. Adjust the calibration settings by using the HP Toolbox.
Environmental differences or aging print cartridges might cause fluctuations in image density. The printer accounts for this with image stabilization control. The printer automatically calibrates at various times to maintain the highest level of print quality. Also request a calibration by using the HP Toolbox.
The printer does not interrupt a print job to calibrate. It waits until the job is complete before calibrating or cleaning. While the printer is calibrating, it pauses printing for the time that is required to complete the calibration.
Calibrate the printer at the control panel of the printer
Calibrate the printer from the HP Toolbox
NOTE: This procedure applies to Windows operating systems only. Macintosh users should calibrate the printer manually using the procedure above.
Configure the calibration options