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HP Color Laserjet print jobs for Legal are very slow, compared to letter

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HP Color Laserjet 5550 print jobs for legal are very slow, I know its to save printer life, but we are only getting 6-7 pages a minute.  With letter we get 27 pages a minute.  Is there anyway to speed up or tweak the legal printing?
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That difference in speed sounds like the difference in color vs black and white. I wonder if printer defaults are bw for letter but color or legal?
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They are living with it.
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