toner specs

Posted on 2011-02-14
Last Modified: 2013-11-10
how do I clear up toner specs on the paper of my HP LJ 5550dn
Question by:vilascounty
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what do you want to do?   remove toner smudges?  if they are baked on the paper - not easy.
you have to prevent them from being there by vacuuming the printer and cleaning all roller parts and guides
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RobMobility earned 500 total points
ID: 34979209

Specks or stray toner
¿ Make sure that the
operation and
requirements of the
printer are met.
¿ Make sure to use
supported media.
¿ Make sure that the
media type and size
for the tray are set
correctly in the
control panel for the
media that you are
¿ Calibrate the printer.
¿ Print the Print Quality
Pages (see Print
troubleshooting) and
follow the diagnostic
procedure listed on
the first page to help
isolate the defect to
a particular



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