HP 1005 Series User guide

HP LaserJet M1005 MFP
User Guide
HP LaserJet M1005 MFP
User Guide
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Table of contents
1 Device basics
Device features .................................................................................................................................... 2
Device parts ......................................................................................................................................... 3
Front view ............................................................................................................................ 3
Back view ............................................................................................................................. 3
Control panel ....................................................................................................................... 4
2 Software
Minimum system requirements ............................................................................................................ 6
Supported operating systems ............................................................................................................... 6
Software installation ............................................................................................................................. 7
Printer driver ......................................................................................................................................... 8
Printer-driver Help ................................................................................................................ 8
Changing printer-driver settings ........................................................................................... 9
Software for Windows ........................................................................................................................ 10
HP LaserJet Scan software ............................................................................................... 10
Installing Windows device software ................................................................................... 10
Uninstalling Windows device software ............................................................................... 10
Software for Macintosh ....................................................................................................................... 11
Installing Macintosh device software ................................................................................. 11
Uninstalling Macintosh device software ............................................................................ 11
3 Media specifications
General guidelines ............................................................................................................................. 14
Choosing paper and other media ....................................................................................................... 14
HP media ........................................................................................................................... 14
Media to avoid ................................................................................................................... 14
Media that can damage the device .................................................................................... 15
Guidelines for using media ................................................................................................................. 16
Paper ................................................................................................................................. 16
Colored paper .................................................................................................................... 17
Custom-size media ............................................................................................................ 17
Labels ................................................................................................................................ 17
Label construction ............................................................................................. 17
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Transparencies .................................................................................................................. 17
Envelopes .......................................................................................................................... 18
Envelope construction ....................................................................................... 18
Envelopes with double-side seams ................................................................... 18
Envelopes with adhesive strips or flaps ............................................................ 19
Envelope storage .............................................................................................. 19
Card stock and heavy media ............................................................................................. 19
Card stock construction ..................................................................................... 19
Card stock guidelines ........................................................................................ 19
Letterhead and preprinted forms ....................................................................................... 20
Supported media weights and sizes ................................................................................................... 21
Printing and storage environment ...................................................................................................... 22
4 Using the device
Loading media .................................................................................................................................... 24
Loading documents to copy or scan .................................................................................. 24
Loading input trays ............................................................................................................ 24
Priority input tray ............................................................................................... 24
Main input tray (tray 1) ...................................................................................... 25
Controlling print jobs ........................................................................................................................... 26
Print-settings priorities ....................................................................................................... 26
Selecting a source ............................................................................................................. 26
Selecting a type or size ...................................................................................................... 26
Using the device control panel ........................................................................................................... 27
Changing the control-panel display language .................................................................... 27
Changing the default media size and type ......................................................................... 27
To change the default media size ..................................................................... 27
To change the default media type ..................................................................... 28
5 Printing
Using features in the Windows printer driver ...................................................................................... 30
Creating and using quick sets ............................................................................................ 30
Creating and using watermarks ......................................................................................... 31
Resizing documents .......................................................................................................... 31
Setting a custom paper size from the printer driver ........................................................... 32
Using different paper and printing covers .......................................................................... 32
Printing a blank first page or last page .............................................................................. 32
Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper .................................................................. 32
Printing on both sides ........................................................................................................ 33
Using features in the Macintosh printer driver .................................................................................... 35
Creating and using presets ................................................................................................ 35
Printing a cover page (Macintosh) ..................................................................................... 36
Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper (Macintosh) ............................................... 36
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Printing on both sides (Macintosh) .................................................................................... 37
Printing on special media ................................................................................................................... 39
Using archive print .............................................................................................................................. 39
Canceling a print job ........................................................................................................................... 40
6 Copy
Starting a copy job .............................................................................................................................. 42
Canceling a copy job .......................................................................................................................... 42
Adjusting the copy quality ................................................................................................................... 42
Adjusting the lighter/darker (contrast) setting ..................................................................................... 44
Reducing or enlarging copies ............................................................................................................. 45
Adjusting the copy size ...................................................................................................... 45
Copying multiple pages on one sheet of paper ................................................................. 46
Changing the number of copies ......................................................................................................... 47
Copying onto media of different types and sizes ................................................................................ 48
Copying two-sided documents ........................................................................................................... 50
Copying photos and books ................................................................................................................. 52
Viewing copy settings ......................................................................................................................... 53
7 Scan
Understanding scanning methods ...................................................................................................... 56
Scanning by using HP LaserJet Scan (Windows) .............................................................................. 57
Canceling a scan job .......................................................................................................................... 57
Scanning by using other software ...................................................................................................... 58
Using TWAIN-compliant and WIA-compliant software ...................................................... 58
Scanning from a TWAIN-enabled program ....................................................... 58
To scan from a TWAIN-enabled program ......................................... 58
Scanning from a WIA-enabled program (Windows XP or
Windows Server 2003) ...................................................................................... 58
To scan from a WIA-enabled program ............................................. 58
Scanning a photo or a book ............................................................................................................... 59
Scanning by using optical character recognition (OCR) software ...................................................... 60
Readiris .............................................................................................................................. 60
Scanner resolution and color .............................................................................................................. 61
Resolution and color guidelines ......................................................................................... 62
Resolution ......................................................................................................... 62
Color .................................................................................................................. 62
8 Managing and maintaining the device
Information pages ............................................................................................................................... 64
Managing supplies ............................................................................................................................. 65
Checking supplies status ................................................................................................... 65
Storing supplies ................................................................................................................. 65
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Replacing and recycling supplies ...................................................................................... 65
Redistribute toner .............................................................................................................. 65
HP policy on non-HP supplies ........................................................................................... 65
HP fraud hotline ................................................................................................................. 66
Cleaning the device ............................................................................................................................ 67
To clean the exterior .......................................................................................................... 67
To clean the scanner glass ................................................................................................ 67
To clean the lid backing ..................................................................................................... 67
To clean the paper path ..................................................................................................... 68
Changing the print cartridge ............................................................................................................... 69
9 Problem solving
Problem-solving checklist ................................................................................................................... 72
Clearing jams ..................................................................................................................................... 74
Causes of jams .................................................................................................................. 74
Tips to avoid jams ............................................................................................................. 74
Where to look for jams ....................................................................................................... 75
Input trays .......................................................................................................................... 76
Output bin .......................................................................................................................... 78
Print-cartridge area ............................................................................................................ 78
Control-panel messages .................................................................................................................... 80
Alert and warning messages ............................................................................................ 80
Alert and warning message tables .................................................................... 80
Critical error messages ...................................................................................................... 81
Critical error message tables ............................................................................ 81
Print problems .................................................................................................................................... 83
Print quality problems ........................................................................................................ 83
Improving print quality ....................................................................................... 83
Understanding print-quality settings ................................................. 83
Identifying and correcting print defects ............................................................. 84
Print-quality checklist ........................................................................ 84
General print-quality issues .............................................................. 84
Media-handling problems .................................................................................................. 88
Print-media guidelines ....................................................................................... 88
Solving print-media problems ............................................................................ 89
Performance problems ...................................................................................................... 90
Copy problems ................................................................................................................................... 91
Preventing problems .......................................................................................................... 91
Image problems ................................................................................................................. 91
Media-handling problems .................................................................................................. 92
Performance problems ...................................................................................................... 94
Scan problems ................................................................................................................................... 95
Solving scanned-image problems ...................................................................................... 95
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Scan-quality problems ....................................................................................................... 96
Preventing problems ......................................................................................... 96
Solving scan-quality problems .......................................................................... 96
Control-panel display problems .......................................................................................................... 97
Solving common Macintosh problems ................................................................................................ 98
Problems with Mac OS X V10.3 and Mac OS X V10.4 ...................................................... 98
Problem-solving tools ....................................................................................................................... 100
Restoring the factory-set defaults .................................................................................... 100
Reducing paper curl ......................................................................................................... 100
Appendix A Accessories and ordering information
Supplies ............................................................................................................................................ 102
Cable and interface accessories ...................................................................................................... 102
User-replaceable parts ..................................................................................................................... 102
Paper and other print media ............................................................................................................. 102
Appendix B Service and support
Hewlett-Packard limited warranty statement .................................................................................... 106
Print Cartridge Limited Warranty Statement ..................................................................................... 107
Availability of support and service .................................................................................................... 108
HP Customer Care ...........................................................................................................................
Hardware service .............................................................................................................................
Extended warranty ...........................................................................................................................
Guidelines for repacking the device .................................................................................................
108
109
109
110
Appendix C Device specifications
Physical specifications ..................................................................................................................... 112
Electrical specifications .................................................................................................................... 112
Power consumption .......................................................................................................................... 112
Environmental specifications ............................................................................................................ 112
Acoustic emissions ........................................................................................................................... 113
Appendix D Regulatory information
FCC compliance ............................................................................................................................... 116
Environmental Product Stewardship program .................................................................................. 116
Protecting the environment .............................................................................................. 116
Ozone production ............................................................................................................ 116
Power consumption ......................................................................................................... 116
HP LaserJet printing supplies .......................................................................................... 118
Disposal of waste equipment by users in private household in the European Union ...... 119
Material safety data sheet ................................................................................................ 119
For more information ....................................................................................................... 119
Declaration of conformity ................................................................................................................. 120
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Country-/region-specific safety statements ...................................................................................... 121
Laser safety statement .................................................................................................... 121
Canadian DOC statement ................................................................................................ 121
Korean EMI statement ..................................................................................................... 121
Finnish laser statement .................................................................................................... 122
Glossary ........................................................................................................................................................... 123
Index ................................................................................................................................................................. 125
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Device features
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Device parts
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Device features
Print
Copy
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Prints letter-size pages at speeds up to 15 pages per minute (ppm) and A4-size pages at
speeds up to 14 ppm
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Prints at 600 dots per inch (dpi) and FastRes 1200 dpi
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Includes adjustable settings to optimize print quality
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Average yield for the standard black print cartridge is 2000 pages in accordance with ISO/
IEC 19752. Actual yield depends on specific use.
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Copies at 300 dots per inch (dpi)
For more information, see Copy on page 41.
Memory
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Includes 32-megabyte (MB) random-access memory (RAM)
Paper handling
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Priority input tray holds up to 10 pages
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Tray 1 holds up to 150 sheets of print media or 10 envelopes
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Output bin holds up to 100 sheets of print media
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Provides 1200 pixels per inch (ppi) full-color scanning
Scan
For more information, see Scan on page 55.
Printer driver features
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FastRes 1200 produces 1200-dots-per-inch (dpi) print quality for fast, high-quality printing
of business text and graphics
Interface connections
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Includes a Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port
Environmental features
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ENERGY STAR®-qualified
Economical printing
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Provides N-up printing (printing more than one page on a sheet). See Printing multiple
pages on one sheet of paper on page 32 or Printing multiple pages on one sheet of
paper (Macintosh) on page 36.
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Provides an EconoMode setting, which uses less toner
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Online user guide is compatible with text screen-readers.
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Print cartridges can be installed and removed by using one hand.
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All doors and covers can be opened by using one hand.
Accessibility
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Device parts
Before using the HP LaserJet M1005, familiarize yourself with the parts of the device.
Front view
1
2
3
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5
1
Flatbed scanner cover
2
Control panel
3
Cartridge-door release
4
Output bin
5
Priority input tray
6
Tray 1
4
Back view
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Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port
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Power switch
9
Power receptacle
8
9
Device parts
3
Control panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4
1
Control-panel display
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Shows status information, menus, and error messages
2
Left arrow button
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Navigates to the previous item in the list, or decreases the value of numeric
items. With some numeric items, pressing the button once decreases the value
by 1, while pressing and holding the button decreases the value by 10.
3
Menu/Enter/OK button
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Activates the control-panel menus
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Clears an error condition when the condition is clearable
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Saves the selected value for an item
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Performs the action that is associated with the item that is highlighted on the
control-panel display
4
Right arrow button
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Navigates to the next item in the list, or increases the value of numeric items.
With some numeric items, pressing the button once increases the value by 1,
while pressing and holding the button increases the value by 10.
5
Cancel button
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Cancels the current print, copy, or scan job in process and expels all of the
active pages from the paper path. The time that it takes to cancel the job
depends on the size of the print job. (Press the button only once.) Also clears
continuable errors that are associated with the canceled job.
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Exits the control-panel menus
6
More Copy Settings button
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Provides access to copy settings for the current copy job
7
Lighter/Darker button
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Provides access to copy contrast settings for the current copy job
8
# Copies button
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Provides a way to change the number of copies printed for a the current copy
job
9
Start Copy button
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Starts a copy job
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Software
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Minimum system requirements
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Supported operating systems
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Software installation
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Printer driver
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Software for Windows
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Software for Macintosh
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Minimum system requirements
In order to install and use the device software, your computer must meet the following minimum
requirements:
Windows requirements
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Pentium II (233 MHz) processor
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64 MB of RAM
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35 MB of disk space
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SVGA 800x600 16-bit color monitor
Macintosh requirements
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G3, G4, or G5 PowerPC processor
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128 MB of RAM
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30 to 50 MB of disk space
Supported operating systems
The device comes with software for the following operating systems:
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Windows XP
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Windows 2000
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Windows Server 2003 (printer driver only)
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Mac OS X V10.3 and later
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Software installation
If the computer meets the recommended minimum requirements, the installation process includes the
following software.
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HP LaserJet Scan software program and driver
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Readiris OCR (not installed with other software; separate installation is required)
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Printer drivers (Windows and Mac)
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TWAIN driver (Mac)
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Printer driver
The device comes with software for Windows and Macintosh that allows the computer to communicate
with the device. This software is called a printer driver. Printer drivers provide access to device features,
such as printing on custom-sized paper, resizing documents, and inserting watermarks.
NOTE: The most recent drivers are available at www.hp.com. Depending on the configuration of
Windows-based computers, the installation program for the product software automatically checks the
computer for Internet access in order to obtain the latest drivers.
Printer-driver Help
Printer-driver Help is separate from program Help. The printer-driver help provides explanations for the
buttons, check boxes, and drop-down lists that are in the printer driver. It also includes instructions for
performing common printing tasks, such as printing on both sides, printing multiple pages on one sheet,
and printing the first page or covers on different paper.
Activate the printer-driver Help screens in one of the following ways:
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Windows
Macintosh
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In the printer driver Properties dialog box, click the
Help button.
In the Print dialog box, click the ? button.
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Press the F1 key on the computer keyboard.
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Click the question-mark symbol in the upper-right corner
of the printer driver.
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Right-click on any item in the driver, and then click What's
This?.
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Changing printer-driver settings
Use one of the following methods to open the printer drivers from the computer in order to change
settings:
Operating System
To change the settings for all
print jobs until the software
program is closed
To change the print job default
settings (for example, select a
specific media type or size by
default)
To change the configuration
settings (for example, enable
or disable manual duplexing)
Windows 2000, XP,
and Server 2003
1.
On the File menu in the
software program, click
Print.
1.
Click Start, click Settings,
and then click Printers or
Printers and Faxes.
1.
Click Start, click Settings,
and then click Printers or
Printers and Faxes.
2.
Select the name of the
printer, and then click
Properties or
Preferences.
2.
Right-click the printer icon,
and then select Printing
Preferences.
2.
Right-click the printer icon,
and then select
Properties.
3.
Click the Device Settings
tab.
1.
Open Printer Setup Utility
by selecting the hard drive,
clicking Applications,
clicking Utilities, then
double-clicking Printer
Setup Utility.
2.
Click on the print queue.
3.
On the Printers menu, click
Show Info.
4.
Click the Installable
Options menu.
The steps can vary; this
procedure is most common.
Mac OS X V10.3 and
Mac OS X V10.4
1.
On the File menu, click
Print.
1.
On the File menu, click
Print.
2.
Change the settings that
you want on the various
pop-up menus.
2.
Change the settings that
you want on the various
pop-up menus.
3.
On the Presets pop-up
menu, click Save as and
type a name for the preset.
These settings are saved in the
Presets menu. To use the new
settings, you must select the
saved preset option every time
you open a program and print.
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Software for Windows
See the getting started guide for installation instructions, and see the Readme file for the latest software
information.
HP LaserJet Scan software
The software CD includes the HP LaserJet Scan software. See the Readme file that is provided on the
CD for additional included software and for supported languages.
Installing Windows device software
Insert the software CD that came with the printer into the computer CD-ROM drive. Follow the onscreen installation instructions.
NOTE: If the Welcome screen does not open, click Start on the Windows task bar, click Run, type
Z:\setup (where Z is your CD drive letter), and click OK.
Uninstalling Windows device software
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1.
Click Start, and then click All Programs.
2.
Click HP, and then click HP LaserJet M1005 MFP.
3.
Click Uninstall HP LaserJet M1005 MFP, and then follow the onscreen instructions to remove the
software.
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Software for Macintosh
This section describes how to install Macintosh printing system software.
Installing Macintosh device software
1.
Connect a USB cable between the USB port on the printer and the USB port on the computer. Use
a standard 2-meter (6.56-foot) USB cable.
2.
Insert the printer CD into the CD-ROM drive and run the installer.
The Printer Setup Utility should automatically launch. If it does not launch, continue to the next
step.
3.
Double-click the hard drive icon on the desktop.
4.
Open the Applications folder, and then open the Utilities folder.
5.
Double-click Printer Setup Utility, and then follow the onscreen instructions to install the software.
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Double-click the hard drive icon on the desktop.
2.
Open the Applications folder, and then open the Utilities folder.
3.
Double-click Printer Setup Utility.
4.
In the Printer Setup Utility, select the device, and then click Delete on the toolbar.
Software for Macintosh
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Media specifications
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General guidelines
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Choosing paper and other media
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Guidelines for using media
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Supported media weights and sizes
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Printing and storage environment
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General guidelines
Some media might meet all of the guidelines in this manual and still not produce satisfactory results.
This problem might be the result of improper handling, unacceptable temperature and humidity levels,
or other variables over which Hewlett-Packard has no control.
Before purchasing large quantities of print media, always test a sample and make sure that the print
media meets the requirements specified in this user guide and in the HP LaserJet Printer Family Print
Media Guide, which you can view on the Web at www.hp.com/support/ljpaperguide. For ordering
information, see Accessories and ordering information on page 101.
CAUTION: Using media that does not meet HP specifications can cause problems for the device,
requiring repair. This repair is not covered by the Hewlett-Packard warranty or service agreements.
The device accepts a variety of media, such as cut-sheet paper (including up to 100% recycled-fibercontent paper), envelopes, labels, transparencies, LaserJet glossy paper, HP LaserJet Tough paper,
and custom-size paper. Properties such as weight, composition, grain, and moisture content are
important factors that affect performance and output quality. Media that does not meet the guidelines
outlined in this manual can cause the following problems:
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Poor print quality
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Increased jams
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Premature wear on the device, requiring repair
Choosing paper and other media
Properties such as weight, grain, and moisture content are important factors that affect performance
and quality. To achieve the best possible print quality, only use high-quality media that is designed for
laser printers. See Guidelines for using media on page 16 for detailed paper and media specifications.
NOTE: Always test a sample of the media before you purchase large quantities. Your media supplier
should understand the requirements specified in the HP LaserJet Printer Family Print Media Guide
(HP part number 5963-7863). See Guidelines for using media on page 16 for more information.
HP media
HP recommends that you use HP LaserJet media in the device.
Media to avoid
The device can handle many types of media. Using media that is outside the specifications degrades
print quality and increases the chance of jams occurring.
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Do not use media that is too rough.
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Do not use media that contains cutouts or perforations other than standard 3-hole punched paper.
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Do not use multipart forms.
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Do not use paper that contains a watermark if you are printing solid patterns.
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Media that can damage the device
In rare circumstances media can damage the device. Avoid the following types of media to prevent
possible damage:
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Do not use media with staples attached.
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Do not use transparencies designed for inkjet printers or other low-temperature printers. Use only
transparencies that are specified for use with HP LaserJet printers.
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Do not use photo paper intended for inkjet printers.
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Do not use paper that is embossed or coated and is not designed for the temperature of the imagefuser. Select media that can tolerate temperatures of 200°C (392°F) for 0.1 second.
HP manufactures a media that is designed for the device.
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Do not use letterhead paper that was produced with low-temperature dyes or thermography.
Preprinted forms or letterhead must use inks that can tolerate temperatures of 200°C (392°F) for
0.1 second.
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Do not use any media that produces emissions, or that melts, offsets, or discolors when exposed
to 200°C (392°F) for 0.1 second.
To order HP LaserJet printing supplies, go to www.hp.com/go/ljsupplies in the U.S. or to www.hp.com/
ghp/buyonline.html/ worldwide.
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Guidelines for using media
The following sections provide guidelines and instructions for printing on transparencies, envelopes,
and other special media. Guidelines and specifications are included to help you select media that
optimizes print quality and avoid media that can cause jams or damage the device.
Paper
For best results, use conventional 80-g/m2 or 20-lb paper. Make sure that the paper is of good quality
and free of cuts, nicks, tears, spots, loose particles, dust, wrinkles, voids, and curled or bent edges.
If you are unsure about what type of paper you are loading (such as bond or recycled), check the label
on the package of paper.
Some paper causes print quality problems, jamming, or damage to the device.
Symptom
Problem with paper
Solution
Poor print quality or toner adhesion
Too moist, too rough, too smooth, or
embossed
Try another kind of paper that has a
smoothness rating of 100-250 Sheffield
and has 4-6 % moisture content.
Problems with feeding
Check the device and make sure that the
appropriate media type has been
selected.
Dropouts, jamming, or curl
Stored improperly
Store paper flat in its moisture-proof
wrapping.
Increased gray background shading
Might be too heavy
Use lighter paper.
Excessive curl
Too moist, wrong grain direction, or
short-grain construction
Use long-grain paper.
Problems with feeding
Check the device and make sure that the
appropriate media type has been
selected.
Jamming or damage to device
Cutouts or perforations
Do not use paper with cutouts or
perforations.
Problems with feeding
Ragged edges
Use good quality paper.
NOTE: The device uses heat and pressure to fuse toner to the paper. Make sure that any colored
paper or preprinted forms use inks that are compatible with the fuser temperature of 200°C (392°F) for
0.1 second.
Do not use letterhead that is printed with low-temperature inks, such as those used in some types of
thermography.
Do not use raised letterhead.
Do not use transparencies that are designed for inkjet printers or other low-temperature printers. Use
only transparencies that are specified for use with HP LaserJet printers.
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Colored paper
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Colored paper should be of the same high quality as white xerographic paper.
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Pigments used must be able to withstand the fuser temperature of 200°C (392°F) for 0.1 second
without deterioration.
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Do not use paper with a colored coating that was added after the paper was produced.
Custom-size media
Use the main input tray for multiple sheets. See Supported media weights and sizes on page 21 for
the supported media sizes.
CAUTION:
Make sure that the sheets are not stuck together before you load them.
Labels
HP recommends that you print labels from the priority input tray. See Loading media on page 24 for
more information.
CAUTION: Do not feed a sheet of labels through the device more than once. The adhesive degrades
and might damage the device.
Label construction
When selecting labels, consider the quality of the following components:
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Adhesives: The adhesive material should be stable at 200°C (392°F), the maximum fuser
temperature.
●
Arrangement: Only use labels with no exposed backing between them. Labels can peel off sheets
that have spaces between the labels, causing serious jams.
●
Curl: Before printing, labels must lie flat with no more than 13 mm (0.5 inch) of curl in any direction.
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Condition: Do not use labels with wrinkles, bubbles, or other indications of separation.
Transparencies
Transparencies must be able to withstand 200°C (392°F), the maximum fuser temperature.
CAUTION: You can print transparencies from the 150-sheet tray (tray 1). However, do not load more
than 75 transparencies at one time into the tray.
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Envelopes
HP recommends that you print envelopes from the priority input tray. See Loading media
on page 24 for more information.
Envelope construction
Envelope construction is critical. Envelope fold lines can vary considerably, not only between
manufacturers, but also within a box from the same manufacturer. Successful printing on envelopes
depends upon the quality of the envelopes. When selecting envelopes, consider the following
components:
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Weight: The weight of the envelope paper should not exceed 90 g/m2 (24 lb), or jamming might
result.
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Construction: Before printing, envelopes should lie flat with less than 6 mm (0.25 inch) of curl,
and should not contain air. Envelopes that trap air can cause problems. Do not use envelopes that
contain clasps, snaps, tie strings, transparent windows, holes, perforations, cutouts, synthetic
materials, stamping, or embossing. Do not use envelopes with adhesives that require pressure to
seal them.
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Condition: Make sure that the envelopes are not wrinkled, nicked, or otherwise damaged. Make
sure that the envelopes do not have any exposed adhesive.
Envelopes with double-side seams
An envelope with double-side-seam construction has vertical seams at both ends of the envelope rather
than diagonal seams. This style might be more likely to wrinkle. Make sure that the seam extends all
the way to the corner of the envelope as shown in the following illustration:
1
2
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Acceptable envelope construction
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Unacceptable envelope construction
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Envelopes with adhesive strips or flaps
Envelopes with a peel-off adhesive strip or with more than one flap that folds over to seal must use
adhesives compatible with the heat and pressure in the device: 200°C (392°F). The extra flaps and
strips might cause wrinkling, creasing, or jams.
Envelope storage
Proper storage of envelopes contributes to good print quality. You should store envelopes flat. If air is
trapped in an envelope, creating an air bubble, the envelope might wrinkle during printing.
Card stock and heavy media
You can print many types of card stock from the input tray, including index cards and postcards. Some
card stock performs better than others because its construction is better suited for feeding through a
laser printer.
For optimum performance, do not use paper heavier than 157 g/m2 (42 lb). Paper that is too heavy might
cause misfeeds, stacking problems, jams, poor toner fusing, poor print quality, or excessive mechanical
wear.
NOTE: You might be able to print on heavier paper if you do not fill the input tray to capacity and if
you use paper with a smoothness rating of 100-180 Sheffield.
In either the software program or the printer driver, select Heavy (106 g/m2 to 163 g/m2; 28- to 43-lb
bond) or Cardstock (135 g/m2 to 216 g/m2; 50- to 80-lb cover) as the media type, or print from a tray
that is configured for heavy paper. Because this setting affects all print jobs, it is important to return the
device back to its original settings after the job has printed.
Card stock construction
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Smoothness: 135-157 g/m2 (36-42 lb) card stock should have a smoothness rating of
100-180 Sheffield. 60-135 g/m2 (16-36 lb) card stock should have a smoothness rating of
100-250 Sheffield.
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Construction: Card stock should lie flat with less than 5 mm (0.2 inch) of curl.
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Condition: Make sure that the card stock is not wrinkled, nicked, or otherwise damaged.
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Set margins at least 2 mm (0.08 inch) away from the edges.
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Use tray 1 for card stock (135 g/m2 to 216 g/m2; 50- to 80-lb cover).
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Letterhead and preprinted forms
Letterhead is premium paper that often has a watermark, sometimes uses cotton fiber, and is available
in a wide range of colors and finishes with matching envelopes. Preprinted forms can be made of a
broad spectrum of paper types ranging from recycled to premium.
Many manufacturers now design these grades of paper with properties optimized for laser printing and
advertise the paper as laser compatible or laser guaranteed. Some of the rougher surface finishes, such
as cockle, laid, or linen, might require the special fuser modes that are available on some printer models
to achieve adequate toner adhesion.
NOTE: Some page-to-page variation is normal when printing with laser printers. This variation cannot
be observed when printing on plain paper. However, this variation is obvious when printing on preprinted
forms because the lines and boxes are already placed on the page.
To avoid problems when using preprinted forms, embossed paper, and letterhead, observe the following
guidelines:
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Avoid using low-temperature inks (the kind used with some types of thermography).
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Use preprinted forms and letterhead paper that have been printed by offset lithography or
engraving.
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Use forms that have been created with heat-resistant inks that will not melt, vaporize, or release
emissions when heated to 200°C (392°F) for 0.1 second. Typically, oxidation-set or oil-based inks
meet this requirement.
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When the form is preprinted, be careful not to change the moisture content of the paper, and do
not use materials that change the paper's electrical or handling properties. Seal the forms in
moisture-proof wrap to prevent moisture changes during storage.
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Avoid processing preprinted forms that have a finish or coating.
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Avoid using heavily embossed or raised-letterhead papers.
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Avoid papers that have heavily textured surfaces.
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Avoid using offset powders or other materials that prevent printed forms from sticking together.
NOTE: To print a single-page cover letter on letterhead, followed by a multiple-page document, feed
the letterhead face up in the priority input tray, and load the standard paper in the main input tray (tray 1).
The device automatically prints from the priority input tray first.
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Supported media weights and sizes
For optimum results, use conventional 80 to 90 g/m2 (20 to 24 lb) photocopy paper. Verify that the paper
is of good quality and is free of cuts, nicks, tears, spots, loose particles, dust, wrinkles, curls, and bent
edges.
NOTE: The device supports a wide range of standard and custom sizes of print media. The capacity
of trays and bins can vary depending on media weight and thickness and on environmental conditions.
Use only transparencies that are designed for use with HP LaserJet printers. Inkjet and monochrome
transparencies are not supported for the device.
Table 3-1 Priority input tray specifications
Media
Dimensions1
Weight
Capacity2
Paper
Minimum: 89 x 44 mm (3.5 x
1.75 inches)
42 to 260 g/m2 (11 to 69 lb)
Up to 10 sheets of 80 g/m2 or 20 lb
paper
203 g/m2 (75 lb cover)
1 sheet
Thickness: 0.10 to 0.13 mm (3.9
to 5.1 mils)
1 transparency
Labels4
Thickness: up to 0.23 mm (up to
9 mils)
1 sheet of labels
Envelopes
Up to 90 g/m2 (16 to 24 lb)
Up to 10
Maximum: 216 x 356 mm (8.5 x
14 inches)
HP Cover paper3
Transparencies and opaque
film
Same as the preceding listed
minimum and maximum sizes
1
The device supports a wide range of standard and custom sizes of print media. Check the printer driver for supported sizes.
2
Capacity can vary depending on media weight and thickness, and environmental conditions.
3
Hewlett-Packard does not guarantee results when printing with other types of heavy paper.
4
Smoothness: 100 to 250 (Sheffield).
Table 3-2 Tray 1 specifications
Media
Dimensions1
Weight
Capacity2
Minimum size
76 x 127 mm (3 x 5 inches)
60 to 163 g/m2 (16 to 43 lb)
Maximum size
216 x 356 mm (8.5 x 14 inches)
150 sheets of 80 g/m2 (20 lb)
paper
Letter
216 x 279 mm (8.5 x 11 inches)
A4
210 x 297 mm (8.3 x 11.7 inches)
Legal
216 x 356 mm (8.5 x 14 inches)
A5
148 x 210 mm (5.8 x 8.3 inches)
B5 (ISO)
176 x 250 mm (6.9 x 9.9 inches)
B5 (JIS)
182 x 257 mm (7.2 x 10 inches)
Executive
191 x 267 mm (7.3 x 10.5 inches)
8.5 x 13 inches
216 x 330 mm (8.5 x 13 inches)
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The device supports a wide range of standard sizes of print media. Check the printer driver for supported sizes.
2
Capacity can vary depending on the media weight and thickness, and environmental conditions.
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Printing and storage environment
Ideally, the printing and media-storage environment should be at or near room temperature, and not too
dry or too humid. Remember that paper absorbs and loses moisture rapidly.
Heat works with humidity to damage paper. Heat causes the moisture in paper to evaporate, while cold
causes it to condense on the sheets. Heating systems and air conditioners remove most of the humidity
from a room. As paper is opened and used, it loses moisture, causing streaks and smudging. Humid
weather or water coolers can cause the humidity to increase in a room. As paper is opened and used
it absorbs any excess moisture, causing light print and dropouts. Also, as paper loses and gains moisture
it can distort. This issue can cause jams.
As a result, paper storage and handling are as important as the paper-making process itself. Paper
storage environmental conditions directly affect the feed operation and print quality.
Care should be taken not to purchase more paper than can be easily used in a short time (about three
months). Paper stored for long periods can experience heat and moisture extremes, which can cause
damage. Planning is important to prevent damage to a large supply of paper.
Unopened paper in sealed reams can remain stable for several months before use. Opened packages
of paper have more potential for environmental damage, especially if they are not wrapped with a
moisture-proof barrier.
The media-storage environment should be maintained to ensure optimum performance. The required
condition is 20° to 24°C (68° to 75°F), with a relative humidity of 45% to 55%. The following guidelines
are helpful when evaluating the storage environment:
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Print media should be stored at or near room temperature.
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The air should not be too dry or too humid.
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The best way to store an opened ream of paper is to rewrap it tightly in its moisture-proof wrapping.
If the device environment is subject to extremes, unwrap only the amount of paper to be used
during the day's operation to prevent unwanted moisture changes.
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Avoid storing paper and print media near heating and air conditioning vents or near windows and
doors that are frequently open.
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Loading media
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Loading media
The following sections describe how to load media into the different input trays.
CAUTION: Printing on wrinkled, folded, or damaged media can cause jams. See Guidelines for using
media on page 16 for more information.
Loading documents to copy or scan
Use these instructions to load originals into the device for scanning.
1.
Lift the flatbed scanner cover.
2.
Place the original document face-down on the flatbed scanner with the upper-left corner of the
document at the lower-right corner of the glass.
3.
Gently close the lid.
The document is ready to be copied or scanned.
Loading input trays
Priority input tray
The priority input tray on the HP LaserJet M1005 MFP holds up to 10 sheets of media up to 80 g/m2
(20 lb) in weight or one envelope, transparency, or card. Load media with the top forward and the side
to be printed facing up. To prevent jams and skewing, always adjust the side media guides before
feeding the media.
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Main input tray (tray 1)
The main input tray holds up to 150 pages of 80 g/m2 or 20 lb paper or fewer pages of heavier media
(15 mm (0.6 in) or less stack height). Load media with the top forward and the side to be printed facing
down. To prevent jams and skewing, always adjust the side and rear media guides.
NOTE: When you add new media, make sure that you remove all of the media from the input tray and
straighten the stack of new media. This helps to prevent multiple sheets of media from feeding into the
device, which can cause jams.
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Controlling print jobs
This section provides basic printing instructions. When making changes to printing settings, follow the
hierarchy of how changes are prioritized.
NOTE:
The names of commands and dialog boxes might vary depending on your software program.
Print-settings priorities
When making changes to printing settings, follow the hierarchy of how changes are prioritized. (Note
that the names of commands and dialog boxes might vary depending on your software program.)
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Page Setup dialog box: This dialog box opens when you click Page Setup or a similar command
on the File menu in your software program. This dialog box is part of the program in which you are
working. Settings that are changed here override settings that are changed anywhere else.
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Print dialog box: This dialog box opens when you click Print, Print Setup, or a similar command
on the File menu in your software program. It is also part of the program, but it has a lower priority
than the Page Setup dialog box. Settings that are changed in the Print dialog box do not override
settings that are changed in the Page Setup dialog box. Settings that are changed here do override
settings that are changed in the printer driver.
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Printer driver: The printer driver opens when you click Properties in the Print dialog box. Settings
that are changed here do not override settings that are changed anywhere else. (For Macintosh,
the printer driver settings are integrated into the Print dialog box.)
Selecting a source
You can print by source (tray) or by type or size. To print by source, follow these steps. For Macintosh
operating systems, types and sizes are grouped together under the Paper Source pop-up menu.
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Windows: In the Print dialog box in your software program, select the Source (tray), if possible.
Otherwise, select a tray from the Source is field from the Paper tab in your printer driver.
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Mac OS X V10.3 and later: From the Print dialog box, select the tray or type of media on the
Paper pop-up menu.
Selecting a type or size
You can print by source (tray) or by type or size. If you are printing on special print media, such as heavy
paper, it is important to print by type to achieve good results. To print by type or size, follow these steps.
For Macintosh operating systems, types and sizes are all grouped together under the Paper Source
pop-up menu.
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Windows: In the printer driver, select a type in the Type is field of the Paper tab. Or, select a size
from the Size is field. For some paper, such as letterhead, you select both a type and size.
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Mac OS X V10.3 and later: In the Print dialog box, select the tray or type of media on the Paper
pop-up menu.
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Using the device control panel
You can configure settings at the control panel.
Changing the control-panel display language
Use this procedure to print reports or to show messages on the device control-panel display in a
language other than the default for your country/region.
1.
Press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select System setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Language, and then press Menu/Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to select the language that you want.
5.
Press Menu/Enter to save the selection.
Changing the default media size and type
Set the size and type of media that you usually load in the input tray. The device uses these settings for
copying and printing.
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1.
Press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select System setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Paper setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to select Def. paper size, and then press Menu/Enter.
5.
Use the < or the > button to select the size.
6.
Press Menu/Enter to save the selection.
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1.
Press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select System setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Paper setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to select Def. paper type, and then press Menu/Enter.
5.
Use the < or the > button to select the type.
6.
Press Menu/Enter to save the selection.
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Printing
This section provides information about common printing tasks.
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Using features in the Windows printer driver
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Using features in the Macintosh printer driver
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Printing on special media
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Using archive print
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Canceling a print job
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Using features in the Windows printer driver
When you print from a software program, many of the product features are available from the printer
driver. For complete information about the features that are available in the printer driver, see the printerdriver Help. The following features are described in this section:
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Creating and using quick sets
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Creating and using watermarks
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Resizing documents
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Setting a custom paper size from the printer driver
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Using different paper and printing covers
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Printing a blank first page or last page
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Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper
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Printing on both sides
NOTE: Settings in the printer driver and software program generally override control-panel settings.
Software-program settings generally override printer-driver settings.
Creating and using quick sets
Use quick sets to save the current driver settings for reuse. For example, you can save the pageorientation, print-on-both-sides, and paper-source settings in a quick set. Quick sets are available on
most printer-driver tabs. You can save up to 10 Print Task Quick Sets.
NOTE: The printer driver might report that 10 Print Task Quick Sets have been defined when fewer
than 10 are visible. Some predefined Print Task Quick Sets, which do not apply to your product, might
be included and are counted in the total number.
To create a quick set
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
Select the print settings that you want to use.
3.
In the Quick Sets box, type a name for the selected settings (for example "Quarterly Report" or
"My Project Status").
4.
Click Save.
To use quick sets
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
Select the quick set that you want to use from the Quick Sets drop-down list.
3.
Click OK. The product is now set to print according to the saved settings in the quick set.
NOTE: To restore printer-driver default settings, select Default Print Settings from the Quick Sets
drop-down list.
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Creating and using watermarks
A watermark is a notice, such as "Confidential," that is printed in the background of each page of a
document.
To use an existing watermark
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
From the Effects tab, click the Watermarks drop-down list.
3.
Click the watermark that you want to use.
4.
If you want the watermark to appear only on the first page of the document, click First Page
Only.
5.
Click OK. The product is now set to print the watermark that you have selected.
To remove the watermark, click (none) in the Watermarks drop-down list.
Resizing documents
Use the document resizing options to scale a document to a percentage of its normal size. You can also
choose to print a document on a different size paper, with or without scaling.
To reduce or enlarge a document
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
On the Effects tab, next to % of normal size, type the percentage by which you want to reduce
or enlarge your document.
You can also use the scroll bar to adjust the reduce or enlarge percentage.
3.
Click OK. The product is now set to scale the document to the reduce or enlarge percentage that
you selected.
To print a document onto a different paper size
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1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
On the Effects tab, click Print Document On.
3.
Select the target paper size to print on.
4.
To print the document on the target paper size without scaling it to fit, make sure that the Scale to
Fit option is not selected.
5.
Click OK. The product is now set to print the document as you specified.
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Setting a custom paper size from the printer driver
To set a custom paper size
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
On the Paper/Quality tab, click Custom.
3.
On the Custom Paper Size window, type the name of the custom paper size.
4.
Type the paper-size length and width. If you type a size that is too small or too large, the driver
automatically adjusts the size to the minimum or maximum size that is allowed.
5.
If necessary, click the button to change the unit of measure between millimeters and inches.
6.
Click Save.
7.
Click Close. The product is now set to print the document on the custom-size paper that you
selected. The name that you saved appears in the paper-size list for future use.
Using different paper and printing covers
Follow these instructions for printing a first page that is different from other pages in the print job.
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
On the Paper/Quality tab, select the appropriate paper for the first page of the print job.
3.
Click Use different paper.
4.
In the list box, click the pages or covers that you want to print on different paper.
5.
To print front or back covers, you must also select Add Blank or Preprinted Cover.
-orSelect the appropriate paper type or source for the other pages of the print job. The product is now
set to print the document on the paper that you selected.
NOTE:
The paper size must be the same for all pages of the print job.
Printing a blank first page or last page
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
On the Paper/Quality tab, click Use different paper.
3.
In the list box, click Front Cover or Back Cover.
4.
Click Add Blank or Preprinted Cover.
Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper
You can print more than one page on a single sheet of paper. This feature is available in some drivers
and provides a cost-effective way to print draft pages.
To print more than one page on a sheet of paper, look for a layout or pages-per-sheet option in the
driver. (This is sometimes called 2-up, 4-up, or n-up printing.)
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1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
Click the Finishing tab.
3.
In the section for Document Options, select the number of pages that you want to print on each
sheet (1, 2, 4, 6, 9, or 16).
4.
If the number of pages is greater than 1, select the correct options for Print Page Borders and
Page Order.
5.
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Click Print Page Borders if you want to print a border around each page on the sheet.
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Click Page Order to select the order and placement of the pages on the sheet.
Click OK. The product is now set to print the number of pages per sheet that you have selected.
Printing on both sides
NOTE:
The printer driver also contains instructions and graphics for manually duplexing.
1.
In the software program, open the device properties (printer driver).
2.
On the Finishing tab, select Print on Both Sides (Manually).
NOTE: If the Print on Both Sides option is dimmed or unavailable, open the device properties
(printer driver). On the Device Settings tab or the Configure tab, select Allow Manual
Duplexing, and then click OK. Repeat steps 1 and 2.
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3.
Print the document.
4.
After one side has been printed, remove the remaining media from the input tray, and set it aside
until after you finish your manual duplexing job.
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5.
Without changing the orientation, remove the printed stack from the output bin, and then straighten
the stack.
6.
Maintaining the same orientation, place the stack of media in the input tray again. The printed side
should be facing down with the top edge feeding into the device first.
7.
On the device control panel, click OK and wait for the second side to print.
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Using features in the Macintosh printer driver
When you print from a software program, many of the features are available from the printer driver. For
complete information about the features that are available in the printer driver, see the printer-driver
Help. The following features are described in this section:
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Creating and using presets
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Printing a cover page (Macintosh)
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Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper (Macintosh)
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Printing on both sides (Macintosh)
NOTE: Settings in the printer driver and software program generally override control-panel settings.
Software-program settings generally override printer-driver settings.
Creating and using presets
Use presets to save the current driver settings for reuse. For example, you can save the page orientation,
print-on-both-sides feature, and paper-type settings in a preset.
To create a preset
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
Select the print settings that you want to use.
3.
In the Presets box, click Save As..., and type a name for the preset (for example "Quarterly Report"
or "My Project Status").
4.
Click OK.
To use presets
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
In the Presets menu, select the preset that you want to use.
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Printing a cover page (Macintosh)
If you want to, you can print a separate cover page for your document that includes a message (such
as “Confidential”).
1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
On the Cover Page pop-up menu, select whether to print the cover page Before Document or
After Document.
3.
If you are using Mac OS X V10.3 or Mac OS X V10.4, in the Cover Page Type pop-up menu, select
the message that you want to print on the cover page.
NOTE: To print a blank cover page, select Standard as the Cover Page Type.
Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper (Macintosh)
You can print more than one page on a single sheet of paper. This feature provides a cost-effective way
to print draft pages.
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1.
Open the printer driver (see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9).
2.
Click the Layout pop-up menu.
3.
Next to Pages per Sheet, select the number of pages that you want to print on each sheet (1, 2,
4, 6, 9, or 16).
4.
If the number of pages is greater than 1, next to Layout Direction, select the order and placement
of the pages on the sheet.
5.
Next to Borders, select the type of border to print around each page on the sheet.
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1.
On the Print dialog, select Manual Duplex.
2.
In the Manual Duplex area, select Print on Both Sides (Manually).
3.
Print the document.
4.
After one side has been printed, remove the remaining media from the input tray, and set it aside
until after you finish your manual duplexing job.
5.
Without changing the orientation, remove the printed stack from the output bin, and then straighten
the stack.
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6.
Maintaining the same orientation, place the stack of media in the input tray again. The printed side
should be facing down with the top edge feeding into the device first.
7.
On the device control-panel, click OK and wait for the second side to print.
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Printing on special media
Make sure that the paper or print media that you are using meets HP specifications. See Media
specifications on page 13. Generally, smoother paper provides better results.
1.
Open the media input tray and remove any media.
2.
Load the media. Make sure that the top of the media is forward and the side to be printed on is
facing up.
3.
Adjust the media guides to the length and width of the media.
4.
For Windows printer drivers, on the Paper tab or the Paper/Quality tab, select your media type
from the Type is: drop-down list.
For Macintosh printer drivers, on the Paper/Quality tab or the Paper tab (the Paper Type/
Quality tab for some Macintosh drivers), select your media type.
CAUTION: Be sure to set the correct media type in the device settings. The device adjusts the
fuser temperature according to the media type setting. When printing on special media such as
transparencies or labels, this adjustment prevents the fuser from damaging the media as it passes
through the device.
5.
Print the document.
Using archive print
Archive print produces output that reduces toner smearing and dusting. Use archive print to create
documents that you want to preserve.
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1.
On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Service, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Archive print, select On or Off, and then press Menu/Enter.
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Canceling a print job
If a print job is currently printing, you can cancel it by pressing Cancel on the device control panel.
CAUTION: Pressing Cancel clears the job that the device is currently processing. If more than one
process is running, pressing Cancel clears the process that currently appears on the control panel.
You can also cancel a print job from a software program or a print queue.
To stop the print job immediately, remove the remaining print media from the device. After printing stops,
use one of the following options:
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Device control panel: To cancel the print job, press and release Cancel on the control panel.
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Software program: Typically, a dialog box appears briefly on the computer screen, allowing you
to cancel the print job.
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Windows print queue: If a print job is waiting in a print queue (computer memory) or print spooler,
delete the job there.
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Windows 2000: Go to the Printer dialog box. Click Start, click Settings, and then click
Printers. Double-click the device icon to open the window, select your print job, and then click
Delete.
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Windows XP: Click Start, and then click Printers and Faxes. Double-click the icon for the
device to open the window, right-click the print job that you want to cancel, and then click
Cancel.
Macintosh print queue: Open the print queue by double-clicking the device icon in the dock. Then
highlight the print job and click Delete.
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Copy
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Starting a copy job
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Canceling a copy job
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Adjusting the copy quality
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Adjusting the lighter/darker (contrast) setting
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Reducing or enlarging copies
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Changing the number of copies
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Copying onto media of different types and sizes
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Copying two-sided documents
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Copying photos and books
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Starting a copy job
To make copies with the device, use the following instructions.
1.
Lift the scanner lid, and then load your document face-down (one page at a time) with the upperleft corner of the document located in the lower-right corner of the scanner glass.
2.
Press Start Copy on the device control panel to start copying.
3.
Repeat the process for each copy.
For more detailed instructions about loading documents to copy, see Loading documents to copy or
scan on page 24.
Canceling a copy job
To cancel a copy job, press Cancel on the device control panel. If more than one process is running,
pressing Cancel clears the process that currently appears on the control-panel display.
NOTE:
If you cancel a copy job, remove the document from the flatbed scanner.
Adjusting the copy quality
Five copy-quality settings are available: Draft,Text, Mixed, Film photo, and Picture.
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Text: This setting is the best for items that contain mostly text. This is the default setting.
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Film photo: This setting is the best for photographs.
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Picture: This setting is the best for graphics.
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Mixed: This setting is the best for documents that include both text and graphics.
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Draft: This setting is the best for conserving toner.
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To adjust the copy quality for the current job
1.
On the device control panel, press More Copy Settings twice to see the current quality setting for
the copy.
2.
Use the < or the > button to scroll through the quality setting options.
3.
Select a setting, and then press Start Copy to save the selection and immediately start the copy
job, or press Menu/Enter to save the selection without starting the job.
NOTE: The change in the setting remains active for about two minutes after the copy job has
been completed. During this time, Settings=Custom appears on the device control-panel display.
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On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Copy setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Press Menu/Enter to select Default Quality.
4.
Use the < or the > button to scroll through the choices.
5.
Press Menu/Enter to save the selection.
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Adjusting the lighter/darker (contrast) setting
The lighter/darker setting affects the lightness or darkness (contrast) of the copy. Use the following
procedure to change the contrast for the current copy job only.
To adjust the lighter/darker setting for the current job
1.
On the device control panel, press Lighter/Darker to see the current contrast setting.
2.
Use the < or the > button to adjust the setting. Move the slider to the left to make the copy lighter
than the original, or move the slider to the right to make the copy darker than the original.
3.
Press Start Copy to save the selection and immediately start the copy job, or press Menu/Enter to
save the selection without starting the job.
NOTE: The change in the setting remains active for about two minutes after the copy job has
been completed. During this time, Settings=Custom appears on the device control-panel display.
To adjust the default lighter/darker setting
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The default lighter/darker setting affects all copy jobs.
1.
On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Copy setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Def. Light/dark, and then press Menu/Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to adjust the setting. Move the slider to the left to make all of the copies
lighter than the original, or move the slider to the right to make all of the copies darker than the
original.
5.
Press Menu/Enter to save the selection.
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Reducing or enlarging copies
The device can reduce copies to as little as 25% of the original size or enlarge copies to as much as
400% of the original size.
Reduction/enlargement settings
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Original=100%
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A4 > Ltr=94%
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Ltr > A4=97%
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Full page=91%
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2 pages/sheet
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4 pages/sheet
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Custom: 25-400%
NOTE: For information about using the 2 pages/sheet or 4 pages/sheet setting, see Copying multiple
pages on one sheet of paper on page 46.
Adjusting the copy size
To reduce or enlarge copies for the current job
1.
On the device control panel, press More Copy Settings.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Reduce/Enlarge, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select the size to which you would like to reduce or enlarge the copies
in this job.
NOTE:
4.
If you select Custom: 25-400%, use the < or the > button to adjust the percentage.
Press Start Copy to save the selection and immediately start the copy job, or press Menu/Enter to
save the selection without starting the job.
NOTE: The change in the setting remains active for about two minutes after the copy job has been
completed. During this time, Settings=Custom appears on the device control-panel display.
You must change the default media size in the media input tray to match the output size, or part of your
copy might be cut off.
To adjust the default copy size
NOTE: The default copy size is the size to which copies are normally reduced or enlarged. If you keep
the factory default size setting of Original=100%, all copies will be the same size as the original
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On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Copy setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Def. Reduce/Enlrg, and then press Menu/Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to select the option for how you normally want to reduce or enlarge copies.
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NOTE: If you select Custom: 25-400%, type in the percentage of the original size that you
normally want for copies.
If you select 2 pages/sheet or 4 pages/sheet, select the orientation (portrait or landscape).
5.
Press Menu/Enter to save the selection.
Copying multiple pages on one sheet of paper
1.
On the device control panel, press More Copy Settings.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Reduce/Enlarge, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select 2 pages/sheet or 4 pages/sheet, and then press Menu/
Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to select Portrait or Landscape, and then press Start Copy.
5.
Wait for the scanner to stop scanning. The Next Page [OK] to Continue message appears.
6.
Remove the original from the flatbed scanner, put the next original onto the scanner, and then close
the lid.
7.
Press OK.
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If you selected 2 pages/sheet, the device prints the copy with two original pages on one page.
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If you selected 4 pages/sheet, repeat steps 6 and 7 two more times. The device prints the
copy with four original pages on one page
NOTE: The change in the setting remains active for about two minutes after the copy job has been
completed. During this time, Settings=Custom appears on the device control-panel display.
You must change the default media size in the media input tray to match the output size, or part of your
copy might be cut off.
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Changing the number of copies
You can choose to have the default number of copies be any number from 1 to 99.
To change the number of copies for the current job
1.
On the device control panel, press # Copies.
2.
Use the < or the > button to adjust the number of copies, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Press Start Copy.
NOTE: The change in the setting remains active for about two minutes after the copy job has
been completed. During this time, Settings=Custom appears on the device control-panel display.
To change the default number of copies
1.
On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Copy setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Def. # of copies, and then press Menu/Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to adjust the number of copies (between 1 and 99) that you want as the
default.
5.
Press Menu/Enter to save the selection.
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Copying onto media of different types and sizes
The device is set to copy on either letter- or A4-size paper, depending on the country/region in which it
was purchased. You can change the size and type of media that you copy to for the current copy job or
for all copy jobs.
Media-size settings
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Letter
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Legal
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A4
Media-type settings
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Plain
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Preprinted
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Letterhead
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Transparency
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Prepunched
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Labels
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Bond
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Recycled
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Color
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Light
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Heavy
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Cardstock
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Envelope
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Rough Paper
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1.
On the device control panel, press Menu.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select System setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Paper setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to select Def. paper size, and then press Menu/Enter.
5.
Use the < or the > button to select a media size, and then press Menu/Enter.
6.
Press Menu/Enter to save the selection.
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On the device control panel, press Menu.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select System setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Paper setup, and then press Menu/Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to select Def. paper type, and then press Menu/Enter.
5.
Use the < or the > button to select a media type, and then press Menu/Enter.
6.
Press Menu/Enter to save the selection.
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Copying two-sided documents
Copying a two-sided original to a one-sided document
Copies resulting from these procedures are printed on one side, and need to be hand-collated.
1.
Load the first page of the document to be copied face-down onto the flatbed scanner, and then
close the scanner lid.
2.
Press Start Copy.
3.
Flip the page on the scanner to the second side, and then close the scanner lid.
4.
Press Start Copy.
5.
Repeat steps 1 through 4 for each page until all of the original document pages have been copied.
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1.
Load the first page of the document to be copied face-down onto the flatbed scanner, and then
close the scanner lid.
2.
Press Start Copy.
3.
Flip the page on the scanner to the second side, and then close the scanner lid.
4.
Remove the copied page from the output bin and place it face down into the priority input tray with
the top edge feeding into the device first.
5.
Press Start Copy.
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6.
Remove the copied page from the output bin, and then set it aside for manual collating.
7.
Repeat steps 1 through 6, following the original document page order, until all pages of the original
are copied.
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Copying photos and books
To copy a photo
1.
Lift the lid and place the photo on the flatbed scanner with the picture-side down and the upperleft corner of the photo in the lower-right corner of the glass.
2.
Gently close the lid.
3.
Adjust the copy quality setting to Film photo. See Adjusting the copy quality on page 42.
4.
Press Start Copy.
To copy a book
1.
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Lift the lid and place the book on the flatbed scanner with the page that you want to copy at the
lower-right corner of the glass.
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Gently close the lid.
3.
Gently press down on the lid to press the book to the flatbed scanner surface.
4.
Press Start Copy.
Viewing copy settings
Use the More Copy Settings button to see the copy settings for the current copy job.
1.
Press More Copy Settings to see the current setting for copy contrast.
2.
Continue to press More Copy Settings to scroll through the copy settings for the current copy job.
Settings should appear in the following order: copy contrast, copy quality, media size, media type,
reduction/enlargement, and number of copies.
Use the < or the > button to change the settings, and then press Menu/Enter.
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Scan
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Understanding scanning methods
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Scanning by using HP LaserJet Scan (Windows)
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Canceling a scan job
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Scanning by using other software
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Scanning a photo or a book
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Scanning by using optical character recognition (OCR) software
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Scanner resolution and color
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Understanding scanning methods
You can scan an item in the following ways.
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Scan from the computer by using HP LaserJet Scan (Windows): In the device program group,
select Scan To to start HP LaserJet Scan. See Scanning by using HP LaserJet Scan (Windows)
on page 57.
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Scan from TWAIN-compliant software: The device is TWAIN-compliant and works with
Windows-based and Macintosh-based programs that support TWAIN-compliant scanning. For
more information, see Scanning by using other software on page 58.
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Scan from Windows Imaging Application (WIA)-compliant software: The device is WIAcompliant and works with Windows-based programs that support WIA-compliant scanning. For
more information, see Scanning by using other software on page 58.
NOTE: To learn about and use text-recognition software, install the Readiris program from the
software CD-ROM. Text-recognition software is also known as optical character recognition (OCR)
software.
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Scanning by using HP LaserJet Scan (Windows)
For more information about tasks and settings described in this section, see the HP LaserJet Scan online
Help.
For more detailed instructions about loading original documents onto the flatbed scanner, see Loading
documents to copy or scan on page 24.
1.
Click Start, click All Programs, click HP, and then click HP LaserJet M1005 MFP.
2.
Select Scan To to start HP LaserJet Scan.
3.
Select a scanning destination.
4.
Click Scan.
Canceling a scan job
To cancel a scan job, use one of the following procedures.
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On the device control panel, press Cancel.
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Click the Cancel button in the onscreen dialog box.
If you cancel a scan job, remove the original from the flatbed scanner.
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Scanning by using other software
The device is TWAIN-compliant and Windows Imaging Application (WIA)-compliant. The device works
with Windows-based programs that support TWAIN-compliant or WIA-compliant scanning devices and
with Macintosh-based programs that support TWAIN-compliant scanning devices.
Using TWAIN-compliant and WIA-compliant software
From a TWAIN-enabled or WIA-enabled program, you can open the scanning feature and scan an image
directly into the open program. For more information, see the Help file or the documentation that came
with your TWAIN-compliant or WIA-compliant software program.
Scanning from a TWAIN-enabled program
Generally, a software program is TWAIN-enabled if it has a command such as Acquire, File Acquire,
Scan, Import New Object, Insert from, or Scanner. If you are unsure whether the program is compliant
or you do not know what the command is called, see the software program Help or documentation.
When scanning from a TWAIN-enabled program, the HP LaserJet Scan software program might start
automatically. If the HP LaserJet Scan program starts, you can make changes while you are previewing
the image. If the program does not start automatically, the image goes to the TWAIN-enabled program
immediately.
To scan from a TWAIN-enabled program
Start the scan from within the TWAIN-enabled program. See the software program Help or
documentation for information about the commands and steps to use.
Scanning from a WIA-enabled program (Windows XP or Windows Server 2003)
WIA is another way to scan an image directly into a software program, such as Microsoft Word. WIA
uses Microsoft software to scan, instead of the HP LaserJet Scan software.
Generally, a software program is WIA-enabled if it has a command such as Picture/From Scanner or
Camera in the Insert or File menu. If you are unsure whether the program is WIA-enabled, see the
software program Help or documentation.
To scan from a WIA-enabled program
Start the scan from within the WIA-enabled program. See the software program Help or documentation
for information about the commands and steps to use.
-OrIn the Cameras and Scanner folder, double-click the device icon. This opens the standard Microsoft
WIA Wizard, which enables you to scan to a file.
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Scanning a photo or a book
Use the following procedures to scan a photo or a book.
To scan a photo
1.
Place the photo on the flatbed scanner with the picture-side down and the upper-left corner of the
photo in the lower-right corner of the glass.
2.
Gently close the lid.
3.
You are now ready to scan the photo by using one of the scanning methods. See Understanding
scanning methods on page 56 for more information.
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2.
Gently close the lid.
3.
Gently press down on the lid to press the book to the flatbed scanner surface.
4.
You are now ready to scan the book by using one of the scanning methods. See Understanding
scanning methods on page 56 for more information.
Scanning by using optical character recognition (OCR)
software
You can use third-party OCR software to import scanned text into your preferred word-processing
program for editing.
Readiris
The device software CD-ROMs include the Readiris OCR program. If you want to use the Readiris
program, install it from the appropriate software CD-ROM, and then follow the instructions in the online
Help.
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Scanner resolution and color
If you are printing a scanned image, and the quality is not what you expected, you might have selected
a resolution or color setting in the scanner software that does not match your needs. Resolution and
color affect the following features of scanned images:
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Image clarity
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Texture of gradations (smooth or rough)
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Scan time
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File size
Scanning resolution is measured in pixels per inch (ppi).
NOTE:
Scanning ppi levels are not interchangeable with printing dpi (dots per inch) levels.
Color, grayscale, and black and white define the number of colors possible. You can adjust the scanner
hardware resolution to up to 1200 ppi. The software can perform an enhanced resolution up to
19,200 ppi. You can set color and grayscale at 1 bit (black and white), or at 8 bit (256 levels of gray or
color) to 24 bit (true color).
The resolution and color guidelines table lists simple tips that you can follow to meet your scanning
needs.
NOTE: Setting the resolution and color to a high value can create large files that take up a large amount
of disk space and slow the scanning process. Before setting the resolution and color, determine how
you are going to use the scanned image.
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Resolution and color guidelines
The following tables describe the recommended resolution and color settings for different types of scan
jobs.
Resolution
Intended use
Recommended resolution
Recommended color settings
E-mail
150 ppi
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Black and White, if the image does
not require smooth gradation
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Grayscale, if the image requires
smooth gradation
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Color, if the image is in color
Edit text
300 ppi
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Black and White
Print (graphics or text)
600 ppi for complex graphics, or if you
want to significantly enlarge the
document
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Black and White for text and line art
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Grayscale for shaded or colored
graphics and photos
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Color, if the image is in color
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Black and White for text
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Grayscale for graphics and photos
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Color, if the image is in color
300 ppi for normal graphics and text
150 ppi for photos
Display on screen
75 ppi
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Setting
Recommended use
Color
Use this setting for high-quality color photos or documents in
which the color is important.
Black and White
Use this setting for text documents.
Grayscale
Use this setting when file size is an issue or when you want a
document or photograph to be scanned quickly.
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Information pages
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Information pages
Information pages reside within the device memory. These pages help to diagnose and solve problems
with the device.
Page name
Description
Instructions
Demo page
The Demo page prints a sample page that
allows you to inspect the device print quality.
1.
On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Reports, and
then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Press Menu/Enter to select Demo page.
1.
On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Reports, and
then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Menu
structure, and then press Menu/Enter.
1.
On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Reports, and
then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Config
report, and then press Menu/Enter.
Menu structure
Configuration
report
The Menu structure is a “map” of the controlpanel menu commands.
The Configuration report lists the current
settings and properties of the device.
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Product Information. This section
contains basic information about the
device, such as the product name, the
serial number, and memory information.
2.
Product Settings. This section lists
information that is gathered during
software installation.
3.
Paper Settings. This section lists
information about the media type for each
tray and about the type settings for all the
media that the device supports.
4.
Copy Settings. This section lists the
device default copy settings.
5.
Counters. This section shows the
number of print, copy, and scan jobs
performed by the device.
6.
Status Log. This section contains
information about device errors.
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Managing supplies
Checking supplies status
If the supplies levels are low, you can order supplies through your local HP dealer, by telephone, or
online. See Accessories and ordering information on page 101 for part numbers. See www.hp.com/go/
ljsupplies to order online.
Storing supplies
Follow these guidelines for storing print cartridges:
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Do not remove the print cartridge from its package until you are ready to use it.
CAUTION: To prevent damage, do not expose the print cartridge to light for more than a few
minutes.
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See Environmental specifications on page 112 for operating and storage temperature ranges.
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Store the supply in a horizontal position.
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Store the supply in a dark, dry location away from heat and magnetic sources.
Replacing and recycling supplies
To install a new HP print cartridge, follow the instructions that are included in the box that contains the
new supply, or see the getting started guide.
To recycle supplies, place the used supply in the box in which the new supply arrived. Use the enclosed
return label to send the used supply to HP for recycling. For complete information, see the recycling
guide that is included with each new HP supply item. See HP LaserJet printing supplies on page 118
for more information about HP's recycling program.
Redistribute toner
If faded or light areas appear on the printed page, you might be able to temporarily improve print quality
by redistributing the toner.
1.
Remove the print cartridge from the printer.
2.
To redistribute the toner, gently rock the print cartridge from front to back.
CAUTION: If toner gets on your clothing, wipe it off with a dry cloth and wash the clothing in cold
water. Hot water sets toner into the fabric.
3.
Reinsert the print cartridge into the printer, and close the print cartridge door. If the print is still light
or unacceptable, install a new print cartridge.
HP policy on non-HP supplies
Hewlett-Packard Company cannot recommend the use of non-HP supplies, either new or
remanufactured. Because they are not HP products, HP cannot influence their design or control their
quality. Service or repairs required as a result of using a non-HP supply will not be covered under the
warranty.
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HP fraud hotline
Call the HP fraud hotline if the device indicates that the print cartridge is not an HP print cartridge and
you think that it is genuine. HP will help determine if the product is genuine and take steps to resolve
the problem.
Your print cartridge might not be a genuine HP one if you notice the following issues:
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You are experiencing a large number of problems with the print cartridge.
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The print cartridge does not look like it usually does (for example, the pull tab or the box is different).
In the United States, call toll-free: 1-877-219-3183.
Outside the United States, you can call collect. Dial the operator and ask to place a collect call to this
telephone number: 1-770-263-4745. If you do not speak English, a representative at the HP fraud hotline
who speaks your language will assist you. Or, if someone who speaks your language is not available,
a language line interpreter will connect approximately one minute after the beginning of the call. The
language line interpreter is a service that will translate between you and the representative for the
HP fraud hotline.
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Cleaning the device
To clean the exterior
Use a soft, damp, lint-free cloth to wipe dust, smudges, and stains off of the exterior of the device.
To clean the scanner glass
Dirty glass, from fingerprints, smudges, hair, and so on, slows down performance and affects the
accuracy of special features such as fit-to-page and copy.
1.
Turn off the device, unplug the power cord from the electrical socket, and raise the lid.
2.
Clean the glass by using a soft cloth or sponge that has been moistened with nonabrasive glass
cleaner.
CAUTION: Do not use abrasives, acetone, benzene, ammonia, ethyl alcohol, or carbon
tetrachloride on any part of the device; these can damage the device. Do not place liquids directly
on the glass. They might seep under it and damage the device.
3.
To prevent spotting, dry the glass by using a chamois or cellulose sponge.
To clean the lid backing
Minor debris can accumulate on the white document lid backing that is located underneath the scanner
lid.
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2.
Clean the white document lid backing by using a soft cloth or sponge that has been moistened with
a mild soap and warm water.
3.
Wash the backing gently to loosen debris; do not scrub the backing.
4.
Dry the backing by using a chamois or soft cloth.
CAUTION:
5.
Do not use paper-based wipes because they might scratch the backing.
If this does not clean the backing well enough, repeat the previous steps and use isopropyl alcohol
to dampen the cloth or sponge, and then wipe the backing thoroughly with a damp cloth to remove
any residual alcohol.
To clean the paper path
The device features a special cleaning mode to clean the paper path.
1.
On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Service, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Cleaning Mode, and then press Menu/Enter.
A page feeds through the device slowly. Discard the page when the process is completed.
4.
Load plain letter or A4 paper when you are prompted.
5.
Press Menu/Enter again to confirm and begin the cleaning process.
A page feeds through the device slowly. Discard the page when the process is completed.
NOTE: In certain areas of California, air pollution control regulations restrict the use of liquid
Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) as a cleaning agent. In those areas of California, please disregard the
previous recommendations and use a dry, lint-free cloth. The cloth may be moistened with water
if desired.
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1.
Open the print-cartridge door.
2.
Grasp the handle on the print cartridge and then pull the cartridge straight out to remove it. See
the recycling information inside the print cartridge box.
3.
Remove the new print cartridge from its packaging, remove the cover from the print cartridge, and
then pull the tab straight out to remove the sealing tape.
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4.
Insert the cartridge into the device until it is firmly in place.
5.
Close the print-cartridge door.
CAUTION: If toner gets on your clothing, wipe it off with a dry cloth and wash the clothing in cold water.
Hot water sets toner into the fabric.
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Problem solving
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Problem-solving checklist
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Clearing jams
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Control-panel messages
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Print problems
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Copy problems
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Scan problems
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Control-panel display problems
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Solving common Macintosh problems
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Problem-solving checklist
Follow these steps when trying to solve a problem with the device.
Step
number
Verification step
Possible problems
Solutions
1
Is the power on?
No power due to failed power source, cable,
switch, or fuse.
1.
Verify that the device is plugged in.
2.
Verify that the power cable is functional
and that the power switch is on.
3.
Check the power source by plugging
the device directly into the wall or into
a different outlet.
1.
Verify that the print cartridge is
installed correctly. See Changing the
print cartridge on page 69.
2.
Verify that the top cover is closed.
When the device is connected
to a grounded power source
and is turned on, the control
panel shows Initializing..., and
the main motor rotates for
approximately 10 seconds.
Motor does not rotate.
2
Does Ready appear in the
device control panel?
Control panel shows an error.
The control panel should
function without error
messages.
3
Do information pages print?
Print a Configuration report.
See Information pages
on page 64.
See Control-panel messages on page 80
for a list of common messages that will help
you correct the error.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care
on page 108 or the support flyer that came
in the device box.
An error message appears on the controlpanel display.
See Control-panel messages on page 80
for a list of common messages that will help
you correct the error.
Media does not move smoothly through the
device paper path.
Make sure that media that meets
HP specifications. See Media specifications
on page 13
Clean the paper path. See To clean the
paper path on page 68.
Poor print quality.
See Print quality problems on page 83.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care
on page 108 or the support flyer that came
in the device box.
4
Does the device copy?
Place the Configuration report
on the flatbed scanner and
make a copy.
Poor copy quality from the flatbed.
1.
Clean the flatbed glass. See To clean
the scanner glass on page 67.
2.
If, after performing the maintenance,
the problem persists, see Copy
problems on page 91.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108 or
the support flyer that came in the device box.
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Step
number
Verification step
Possible problems
Solutions
5
Does the device print from
the computer?
Software is not installed correctly or an error
occurred during software installation.
Connect the USB cable to the
device and the computer. Use
a word-processing program to
send a print job to the device.
Uninstall and then reinstall the device
software. Verify that you are using the
correct installation procedure and the
correct port setting.
The cable is not connected correctly.
Reconnect the cable.
An incorrect driver is selected.
Select the proper driver.
Other devices are connected to the USB port.
Disconnect the other devices and try again
to print.
There is a port driver problem in Microsoft
Windows.
Uninstall and then reinstall the device
software. Verify that you are using the
correct installation procedure and the
correct port setting.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108 or
the support flyer that came in the device box.
6
Does the device scan to the
computer?
Initiate a scan from the basic
desktop software at your
computer.
The cable is not connected correctly.
Reconnect the cable.
Software is not installed correctly or an error
occurred during software installation.
Uninstall and then reinstall the device
software. Verify that you are using the
correct installation procedure and the
correct port setting.
If the error persists, turn off the device and then turn on the device.
If the error still persists, contact HP Customer Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108
or the support flyer that came in the device box.
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Clearing jams
This section contains instructions for clearing jams from the device.
Causes of jams
Occasionally, paper or other print media can become jammed during a print job. Some causes include
the following events:
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The input trays are loaded improperly or overfilled, or the media guides are not set properly.
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Media is added to or removed from an input tray during a print job or an input tray is removed from
the device during a print job.
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The cartridge door is opened during a print job.
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Too many sheets have accumulated in the output area, or sheets are blocking the output area.
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The print media that is being used does not meet HP specifications. See Media specifications
on page 13.
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The media is damaged or has foreign objects attached to it, such as staples or paper clips.
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The environment in which the print media was stored is too humid or too dry. See Printing and
storage environment on page 22.
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Verify that the input tray is not overfilled. The input tray capacity varies depending on the type of
print media that you are using.
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Verify that the media guides are properly adjusted.
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Check that the input tray is securely in place.
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Do not add print media into the input tray while the device is printing.
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Use only HP-recommended media types and sizes. See Media specifications on page 13 for more
information about print media types.
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Do not let print media stack up in the output bin. The print media type and the amount of toner used
affect the output bin capacity.
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Check the power connection. Make sure that the power cord is firmly connected to both the device
and the power supply box. Plug the power cord into a grounded power outlet.
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Jams can occur in these locations:
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Input trays
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Output area
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Print-cartridge area
Find and remove the jam by using the instructions on the following pages. If the location of the jam is
not obvious, first look inside the device.
Loose toner might remain in the device after a jam. This problem typically resolves itself after a few
sheets have been printed.
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Input trays
CAUTION: Do not use sharp objects, such as tweezers or needle-nose pliers, to remove jams.
Damage caused by sharp objects will not be covered by the warranty.
When removing jammed media, pull the jammed media straight away from the device. Pulling jammed
media out of the device at an angle can damage the device.
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1.
Pull any visible jammed media out of the priority input tray.
2.
Open tray 1 and pull any visible jammed media out of the device.
3.
If no media is visible, open the print-cartridge door, remove the print cartridge, and then carefully
pull the media up and out of the device.
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Replace the print cartridge and close the print-cartridge door.
5.
Close tray 1.
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Output bin
CAUTION: Do not use sharp objects, such as tweezers or needle-nose pliers, to remove jams.
Damage caused by sharp objects will not be covered by the warranty.
With both hands, grasp the side of the media that is most visible (this includes the middle), and carefully
pull it free from the device.
Print-cartridge area
CAUTION: Do not use sharp objects, such as tweezers or needle-nose pliers, to remove jams.
Damage caused by sharp objects will not be covered by the warranty.
When removing jammed media, pull the jammed media straight away from the device. Pulling jammed
media out of the device at an angle can damage the device.
1.
Open the print-cartridge door, and remove the print cartridge.
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With both hands, grasp the side of the media that is most visible (this includes the middle), and
carefully pull it free from the device.
3.
Replace the print cartridge and close the print-cartridge door.
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Control-panel messages
The majority of the control-panel messages are intended to guide the user through typical operation.
The control-panel messages indicate the status of the current operation, and include a page count on
the second line of the display, if appropriate. When the device is receiving print data or scanning
commands, control-panel messages indicate this status. In addition, alert messages, warning
messages, and critical error messages indicate situations that might require some action.
Alert and warning messages
Alert and warning messages appear temporarily and might require the user to acknowledge the
message by pressing Menu/Enter to resume or by pressing Cancel to cancel the job. With certain
warnings, the job might not complete or the print quality might be affected. If the alert or warning message
is related to printing and the auto-continue feature is on, the device will attempt to resume the printing
job after the warning has appeared for 10 seconds without acknowledgement.
Alert and warning message tables
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
Device error Press [OK]
The device experienced an internal
communication error.
This is a warning message only. Job output
might be affected.
Jam in print paper path
The device has detected a jam in the paper
path.
Clear the jam from the area indicated on the
device control panel, and then follow the
control panel instructions. See Clearing jams
on page 74.
The device could not print the current page
because of its complexity.
Press Menu/Enter to clear the message.
alternates with
Open door and clear jam
Page too complex Press [OK]
Allow the device to finish the job, or press
Cancel to cancel the job.
Printer jam clear paper path
The device has detected a jam in the input
trays.
Clear the jam from the area indicated on the
device control panel, and then follow the
control panel instructions. See Clearing jams
on page 74.
Settings cleared
The device has cleared job settings.
Re-enter any appropriate job settings.
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Critical error messages
Critical error messages can indicate some kind of failure. Restarting the device might fix the problem.
If a critical error persists, the device might require service.
Critical error message tables
Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
50.1 Fuser Error Turn off then on
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
1.
Turn off the power by using the power
switch, and then wait at least 30
seconds.
2.
If a surge protector is being used,
remove it. Plug the device directly into
the wall socket.
3.
Turn on the power and wait for the
device to initialize.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108
or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
50.2 Fuser Error Turn off then on
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
Turn off the power by using the power switch,
wait at least 30 seconds, and then turn on the
power and wait for the device to initialize.
If a surge protector is being used, remove it.
Plug the device directly into the wall socket.
Use the power switch to turn the device on.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108
or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
50.3 Fuser Error Turn off then on
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
Turn off the power by using the power switch,
wait at least 30 seconds, and then turn on the
power and wait for the device to initialize.
If a surge protector is being used, remove it.
Plug the device directly into the wall socket.
Use the power switch to turn the device on.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108
or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
50.8 Fuser Error Turn off then on
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
Turn off the power by using the power switch,
wait at least 30 seconds, and then turn on the
power and wait for the device to initialize.
If a surge protector is being used, remove it.
Plug the device directly into the wall socket.
Use the power switch to turn the device on.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108
or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
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Control panel message
Description
Recommended action
50.9 Fuser Error Turn off then on
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
Turn off the power by using the power switch,
wait at least 30 seconds, and then turn on the
power and wait for the device to initialize.
If a surge protector is being used, remove it.
Plug the device directly into the wall socket.
Use the power switch to turn the device on.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108
or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
52 Scanner Error Turn off then on
The device has experienced a scanner error.
Turn off the power by using the power switch,
wait at least 30 seconds, and then turn on the
power and wait for the device to initialize.
If a surge protector is being used, remove it.
Plug the device directly into the wall socket.
Use the power switch to turn the device on.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108
or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
54.1C Error Turn off then on
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
Turn off the power by using the power switch,
wait at least 30 seconds, and then turn on the
power and wait for the device to initialize.
If a surge protector is being used, remove it.
Plug the device directly into the wall socket.
Use the power switch to turn the device on.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108
or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
Engine comm. Error
The device has experienced an internal
hardware error.
1.
Turn off the power by using the power
switch, and then wait at least 30
seconds.
2.
If a surge protector is being used,
remove it. Plug the device directly into
the wall socket.
3.
Turn on the power and wait for the
device to initialize.
If the error persists, contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108
or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
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Print problems
Print quality problems
Occasionally, you might encounter problems with print quality. The information in the following sections
helps you identify and resolve these issues.
NOTE:
If you are having copy problems, see Copy problems on page 91.
Improving print quality
Use the print-quality settings to prevent print-quality problems.
Understanding print-quality settings
Print-quality settings affect how light or dark the print is on the page and the style in which the graphics
are printed. You can also use the print-quality settings to optimize the print quality for a specific media
type.
You can change the settings in the device properties to accommodate the types of jobs that you are
printing. The following settings are available, depending on the printer driver that you are using:
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600 dpi
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FastRes 1200: This setting produces the same resolution as the default setting, but you can
change the scale patterns.
NOTE:
Changing the resolution can change the formatting of your text.
To temporarily change print-quality settings
To change the print-quality settings only for the current software program, open the properties through
the Print Setup menu in the program that you are using to print.
To change print-quality settings for all future jobs
NOTE: For Macintosh instructions, see Changing printer-driver settings on page 9 for more
information.
For Windows 2000:
1.
In the Windows system tray, click Start, select Settings, and then click Printers.
2.
Right-click the device icon.
3.
Click Properties (in Windows 2000, you can also click Printing Preferences).
4.
Change the settings, and click OK.
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In the Windows system tray, click Start, and then click Printers and Faxes.
2.
Right-click the device icon.
3.
Click Properties, or click Printing Preferences.
4.
Change the settings, and click OK.
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Identifying and correcting print defects
Use the checklist and print-quality issues charts in this section to solve print-quality problems.
Print-quality checklist
General print-quality problems can be solved by using the following checklist:
1.
Make sure that the paper or print media that you are using meets HP specifications. See Media
specifications on page 13. Generally, smoother paper provides better results.
2.
If you are using a special print media such as labels, transparencies, glossy, or letterhead, ensure
that you have printed by type. See Controlling print jobs on page 26.
3.
Print a Configuration report at the device control panel. See Information pages on page 64.
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4.
If the page did not print correctly, the problem is with the hardware. Contact HP Customer
Care. See HP Customer Care on page 108 or the flyer that came in the device box.
Print a Demo page from the device control panel. If the page prints, the problem is with the printer
driver.
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Use the Add Printer Wizard in the Printers (or Printers and Faxes in Windows XP) dialog
box to install the correct driver.
5.
Try printing from a different program. If the page prints correctly, the problem is with the program
from which you were printing.
6.
Restart the computer and the device and try printing again. If the problem is not resolved, see
General print-quality issues on page 84.
General print-quality issues
The following examples depict letter-size paper that has passed through the device short-edge-first.
These examples illustrate problems that would affect all of the pages that you print. The topics that follow
list the typical cause and solution for each of these examples.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Print is light or faded.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications.
See Media specifications on page 13.
The print cartridge might be low.
Replace the print cartridge. See
Changing the print cartridge
on page 69.
If the print cartridge is not low or empty,
inspect the toner roller to see if the roller
is damaged. If it is, replace the print
cartridge.
If the whole page is light, the print density
adjustment is too light or EconoMode
might be turned on.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Toner specks appear.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications.
See Media specifications on page 13.
The paper path might need cleaning.
Clean the paper path. See To clean the
paper path on page 68.
A single sheet of print media might be
defective.
Try reprinting the job.
The moisture content of the paper is
uneven or the paper has moist spots on
its surface.
Try different paper, such as high-quality
paper that is intended for laser printers.
See Media specifications on page 13.
The paper lot is flawed. The
manufacturing processes can cause
some areas to reject toner.
Try different paper, such as high-quality
paper that is intended for laser printers.
See Media specifications on page 13.
The print cartridge might be defective.
Replace the print cartridge. See
Changing the print cartridge
on page 69.
Dropouts appear.
If the error persists, contact
HP Customer Care. See HP Customer
Care on page 108 or the support flyer
that came in the device box.
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Vertical streaks or bands appear on the
page.
The print cartridge might be low or
defective.
Replace the print cartridge. See
Changing the print cartridge
on page 69.
The amount of background toner
shading becomes unacceptable.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use a different paper with a lighter basis
weight. See Media specifications
on page 13.
The priority input tray might be installed
incorrectly.
Make sure that the priority input tray is in
place.
Very dry (low humidity) conditions can
increase the amount of background
shading.
Check the device environment.
The print cartridge might be low.
Replace the print cartridge. See
Changing the print cartridge
on page 69.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Toner smears appear on the media.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications.
See Media specifications on page 13.
If toner smears appear on the leading
edge of the paper, the media guides are
dirty, or debris has accumulated in the
print path.
Clean the media guides and the paper
path. See To clean the paper path
on page 68.
The print cartridge might be low.
Replace the print cartridge. See
Changing the print cartridge
on page 69.
The fuser temperature might be too low.
In the printer driver, make sure the
appropriate media type is selected.
The device is not set to print on the type
of media on which you want to print.
In the printer driver, select the Paper tab
and set Type is to match the type of
media on which you are printing. Print
speed might be slower if you are using
heavy paper.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications.
See Media specifications on page 13.
The paper path might need cleaning.
Clean the device. See Cleaning the
device on page 67.
The power source might be defective.
Plug the device directly into an AC outlet
instead of into a power strip.
The print cartridge might be low.
Replace the print cartridge. See
Changing the print cartridge
on page 69.
The device is not set to print on the type
of media on which you want to print.
In the printer driver, make sure that the
appropriate media type is selected. Print
speed might be slower if you are using
heavy paper.
Internal parts might have toner on them.
The problem typically corrects itself after
a few more pages.
The paper path might need cleaning.
Clean the device. See Cleaning the
device on page 67.
The print cartridge might be damaged.
If a repetitive mark occurs at the same
spot on the page, install a new HP print
cartridge. See Changing the print
cartridge on page 69.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for laser
printers. See Media specifications
on page 13.
If characters are incorrectly formed so
that they produce a wavy effect, the laser
scanner might need service.
Verify that the problem also occurs on
the Configuration report. If so, contact
HP Customer Care. See HP Customer
Care on page 108 or the support flyer
that came in the device box.
The toner smears easily when touched.
Marks repeatedly appear at even
intervals on the page.
The printed page contains misformed
characters.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
The printed page is curled or wavy.
The device is not set to print on the type
of media on which you want to print.
In the printer driver, make sure the
appropriate media type is selected.
If the problem persists, select a media
type that uses a lower fuser temperature,
such as transparencies or light media.
Text or graphics are skewed on the
printed page.
The printed page contains wrinkles or
creases.
The media might have been in the input
tray too long.
Turn over the stack of media in the tray.
Also, try rotating the media 180° in the
input tray.
The paper path is curling the media.
Use the Less paper curl setting. See
Reducing paper curl on page 100.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for laser
printers. See Media specifications
on page 13.
Both high temperature and humidity can
cause paper curl.
Check the device environment.
The media might be loaded incorrectly or
the input tray might be too full.
Verify that the media is loaded correctly
and that the media guides are not too
tight or too loose against the stack. See
Loading media on page 24.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for laser
printers. See Media specifications
on page 13.
The media might be loaded incorrectly or
the input tray might be too full.
Turn over the stack of paper in the input
tray, or try rotating the paper 180° in the
input tray.
Verify that the media is loaded correctly
and that the media guides are not too
tight or too loose against the stack. See
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HP specifications.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for laser
printers. See Media specifications
on page 13.
The paper path is curling the media.
Use the Less paper curl setting. See
Reducing paper curl on page 100.
Air pockets inside envelopes can cause
them to wrinkle.
Remove the envelope, flatten it, and try
printing again.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Toner appears around the printed
characters.
The media might be loaded incorrectly.
Turn over the stack of paper in the tray.
If large amounts of toner have scattered
around the characters, the paper might
have high resistivity.
Use a different paper, such as highquality paper that is intended for laser
printers. See Media specifications
on page 13.
An image that appears at the top of the
page (in solid black) repeats farther
down the page (in a gray field).
Software settings might affect image
printing.
In your software program, change the
tone (darkness) of the field in which the
repeated image appears.
In your software program, rotate the
whole page 180° to print the lighter
image first.
The order of images printed might affect
printing.
Change the order in which the images
are printed. For example, have the lighter
image at the top of the page, and the
darker image farther down the page.
A power surge might have affected the
device.
If the defect occurs later in a print job,
turn the device off for 10 minutes, and
then turn on the device to restart the print
job.
Media-handling problems
Use the information in this section when the device experiences media-handling problems.
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For best results, make sure that the paper is of good quality, and free of cuts, nicks, tears, spots,
loose particles, dust, wrinkles, voids, staples, and curled or bent edges.
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For best-quality printing, use a smooth type of paper. Generally, smoother media produces better
results. For more information, see Media specifications on page 13.
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If you are unsure what type of paper you are loading (such as bond or recycled), check the label
on the package of paper.
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Do not use media that is designed for Inkjet printers only. Use media that is designed for LaserJet
printers.
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Do not use letterhead paper that is printed with low-temperature inks, such as those used in some
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Do not use raised or embossed letterhead.
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The device uses heat and pressure to fuse toner to the paper. Make sure that any colored paper
or preprinted forms use inks that are compatible with this fusing temperature (200°C or 392°F for
0.1 second).
CAUTION:
Failure to follow these guidelines could cause jams or damage to the device.
Solving print-media problems
The following problems with media cause print-quality deviations, jamming, or even damage to the
device.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Poor print quality or toner
adhesion
The paper is too moist, too rough, too
heavy or too smooth, or it is embossed
or from a faulty paper lot.
Try another kind of paper, between 100 and 250 Sheffield,
with 4 to 6% moisture content.
Dropouts, jamming, or
curl
The paper has been stored incorrectly.
Store paper flat in its moisture-proof wrapping.
The paper has variability from one side
to the other.
Turn the paper over.
Excessive curl
The paper is too moist, has the wrong
grain direction, or is of short-grain
construction
Use long-grain paper, or use the Less paper curl setting.
See Reducing paper curl on page 100.
The paper varies from side-to-side.
Turn the paper over.
Jamming, damage to
device
The paper has cutouts or perforations.
Use paper that is free of cutouts or perforations.
Problems with feeding
The paper has ragged edges.
Use high-quality paper that is made for laser printers.
The paper varies from side-to-side.
Turn the paper over.
The paper is too moist, too rough, too
heavy or too smooth, has the wrong
grain direction, or is of short-grain
construction or it is embossed or from
a faulty paper lot.
Try another kind of paper, between 100 and 250 Sheffield,
4 to 6% moisture content, or use long-grain paper.
Print is skewed
(crooked).
The media guides might be incorrectly
adjusted.
Remove all media from the input tray, straighten the stack,
and then load the media in the input tray again. Adjust the
media guides to the width and length of the media that you
are using and try printing again.
More than one sheet
feeds at one time.
The media tray might be overloaded.
Remove some of the media from the tray. See Loading
media on page 24.
The media might be wrinkled, folded,
or damaged.
Verify that the media is not wrinkled, folded, or damaged.
Try printing on media from a new or different package.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
The device does not pull
media from the media
input tray.
The device might be in manual feed
mode.
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If Manual feed appears on the device control-panel
display, press Menu/Enter to print the job.
●
Verify that the device is not in manual feed mode and
print your job again.
The pickup roller might be dirty or
damaged.
Contact HP Customer Care. See HP Customer Care
on page 108 or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
The paper-length adjustment control in Adjust the paper-length adjustment control to the correct
tray 1 is set at a length that is greater length.
than the media size.
Performance problems
Try the tips in this section if pages exit the device, but have nothing printed on them, or when the device
does not print any pages.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Pages print but are totally
blank.
The sealing tape might still be in the
print cartridge.
Verify that the sealing tape has been completely removed
from the print cartridge.
The document might contain blank
pages.
Check the document that you are printing to see if content
appears on all of the pages.
The device might be malfunctioning.
To check the device, print a Configuration report. See
Information pages on page 64.
Pages print slowly.
Certain media types can slow the print
job.
Print on a different type of media.
Pages did not print.
The device might not be pulling media See Media-handling problems on page 88.
correctly.
The media is jamming in the device.
Clear the jam. See Clearing jams on page 74.
The USB cable might be defective or
incorrectly connected.
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Disconnect the USB cable at both ends and
reconnect it.
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Try printing a job that has printed in the past.
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Try using a different USB cable.
Other devices are running on your
computer.
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The device might not share a USB port. If you have an
external hard drive or network switchbox that is connected
to the same port as the device, the other device might be
interfering. To connect and use the device, you must
disconnect the other device or you must use two USB
ports on the computer.
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Copy problems
Preventing problems
The following are a few simple steps you can take to improve copy quality:
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Use quality originals.
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Load the media correctly. If the media is loaded incorrectly, it might skew, causing unclear images
and problems with the OCR program. See Loading documents to copy or scan on page 24 for
instructions.
NOTE: Verify that the media meets HP specifications. If the media meets HP specifications, recurring
feed problems indicate the pickup roller or separation pad is worn. Contact HP Customer Care. See
HP Customer Care on page 108 or the flyer that came in the device box.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Images are missing or
faded.
The print-cartridge toner-level might
be low.
Replace the print cartridge. See Changing the print
cartridge on page 69.
The original might be of poor quality.
If your original is too light or damaged, the copy might not
be able to compensate, even if you adjust the contrast. If
possible, find an original document in better condition.
The original might have a colored
background.
Colored backgrounds might cause images in the
foreground to blend into the background, or the
background might appear in a different shade. If possible,
use an original document without a colored background.
Vertical white or faded
stripes appear on the
copy.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications. See Media
specifications on page 13.
The print-cartridge toner-level might
be low.
Replace the print cartridge. See Changing the print
cartridge on page 69.
Unwanted lines appear on
the copy.
The photosensitive drum inside the
print cartridge might have been
scratched.
Install a new HP print cartridge. See Changing the print
cartridge on page 69.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Black dots or streaks
appear on the copy.
Ink, glue, correction fluid, or an
unwanted substance might be on the
flatbed scanner.
Clean the device. See Cleaning the device on page 67.
Copies are too light or
dark.
The printer driver or device settings
may be incorrect.
Verify that the quality settings are correct. See Adjusting
the copy quality on page 42.
Text is unclear.
The printer driver or device settings
may be incorrect.
Verify that the quality settings are correct. See Adjusting
the copy quality on page 42.
Media-handling problems
Problem
Cause
Solution
Poor print quality or toner
adhesion
The paper is too moist, too rough, too Try another kind of paper, between 100 and 250 Sheffield,
heavy or too smooth, or it is embossed 4 to 6% moisture content.
or from a faulty paper lot.
Dropouts, jamming, or
curl
The paper has been stored incorrectly.
Store paper flat in its moisture-proof wrapping.
The paper has variability from one side
to the other.
Turn the paper over.
Excessive curl
The paper is too moist, has the wrong
grain direction, or is of short-grain
construction.
Use long-grain paper, or use the Less paper curl setting.
See Reducing paper curl on page 100.
The paper varies from side-to-side.
Turn the paper over.
Jamming, damage to
device
The paper has cutouts or perforations. Use paper that is free of cutouts or perforations.
Problems with feeding
The paper has ragged edges.
Use high-quality paper that is made for laser printers.
The paper varies from side-to-side.
Turn the paper over.
The paper is too moist, too rough, too
heavy or too smooth, has the wrong
grain direction, or is of short-grain
construction or it is embossed or from
a faulty paper lot.
Try another kind of paper, between 100 and 250 Sheffield,
4 to 6% moisture content, or use long-grain paper.
Print is skewed (crooked). The media guides might be incorrectly Remove all media from the input tray, straighten the stack,
adjusted.
and then load the media in the input tray again. Adjust the
media guides to the width and length of the media that you
are using and try printing again.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
More than one sheet
feeds at one time.
The media tray might be overloaded.
Remove some of the media from the tray. See Loading
media on page 24.
The media might be wrinkled, folded,
or damaged.
Verify that the media is not wrinkled, folded, or damaged.
Try printing on media from a new or different package.
The device might be in manual feed
mode.
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If Manual feed appears on the device control-panel
display, press Menu/Enter to print the job.
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Verify that the device is not in manual feed mode and
print your job again.
The device does not pull
media from the media
input tray.
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The pickup roller might be dirty or
damaged.
Contact HP Customer Care. See HP Customer Care
on page 108 or the support flyer that came in the device
box.
The paper-length adjustment control in
tray 1 is set at a length that is greater
than the media size.
Adjust the paper-length adjustment control to the correct
length.
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Performance problems
Problem
Cause
Solution
No copy came out.
The input tray might be empty.
Load media in the device. See Loading media
on page 24 for more information.
The original might have been loaded
incorrectly.
On the flatbed scanner, place the original document facedown with the upper-left corner of the document at the
lower-right corner of the glass.
The sealing tape might not have been
removed from the print cartridge.
Remove the print cartridge from the device, pull out the
sealing tape, and reinstall the print cartridge.
The original might have been loaded
incorrectly.
On the flatbed scanner, make sure that the original
document is placed face-down with the upper-left corner
of the document at the lower-right corner of the glass.
The media might not meet
HP specifications.
Use media that meets HP specifications. See Media
specifications on page 13.
The print-cartridge toner-level might
be low.
Replace the print cartridge. See Changing the print
cartridge on page 69.
The device settings might be set to
reduce the scanned image.
Verify that the reduction/enlargement settings are correct
at the device control panel.
Copies are blank.
Copies are reduced in
size.
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Scan problems
Solving scanned-image problems
Problem
Cause
Solution
The scanned image is of
poor quality.
The original might be a secondgeneration photo or picture.
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To eliminate the patterns, try reducing the size of the
image after scanning.
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Print the scanned image to see if the quality is better.
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Verify that your resolution and color settings are
correct for the type of scan job that you are
performing. See Scanner resolution and color
on page 61.
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Try adjusting your computer monitor settings to use
more colors (or levels of gray). Typically, you make
this adjustment by opening Display in Windows
Control Panel.
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Try adjusting the resolution and color settings in the
scanner software. See Scanner resolution and color
on page 61.
The image that appears on the screen
might not be an accurate
representation of the quality of the
scan.
Part of the image did not
scan.
The scan takes too long
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The original might have been loaded
incorrectly.
Make sure that you have loaded the original correctly on
the flatbed scanner. See Loading documents to copy or
scan on page 24.
The scanner might be dirty.
Clean the scanner. See To clean the scanner glass
on page 67.
The graphics settings might not be
suitable for the type of scan job that
you are performing.
Try changing the graphics settings. See Scanner
resolution and color on page 61.
The original might have been loaded
incorrectly.
Make sure that the original is placed correctly on the
flatbed scanner.
A colored background might be
causing images in the foreground to
blend into the background.
Try adjusting the settings before you scan the original or
enhancing the image after you scan the original. See
Scanner resolution and color on page 61.
The original is too small.
The minimum size that the flatbed scanner supports is 25
x 25 mm (1 x 1 inch).
The media size is incorrect.
In Scan settings, make sure that the input media size is
large enough for the document that you are scanning. See
Scanner resolution and color on page 61.
The resolution or color level is set too
high.
Change the resolution and color level settings to the
correct settings for your job. See Scanner resolution and
color on page 61.
The software is set to scan in color.
The system default is color, which takes longer to scan
even when scanning a monochrome original. If you
acquire an image through TWAIN or WIA, you can change
the settings so that the original scans in grayscale or
black-and-white. See the device software Help for details.
A print job or copy job was sent before
you tried to scan.
If someone sent a print job or copy job before you tried to
scan, the scan will start if the scanner is not busy.
However, because the device and scanner share memory,
the scan might be slower.
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Scan-quality problems
Preventing problems
The following are a few simple steps you can take to improve scan quality.
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Use high-quality originals.
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Load the media correctly. If the media is loaded incorrectly, it might skew, which causes unclear
images. See Loading media on page 24 for instructions.
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Adjust the software settings according to how you plan to use the scanned page. See Scanner
resolution and color on page 61 for more information.
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Problem
Cause
Solution
Blank pages
The original might have been loaded
upside down.
On the flatbed scanner, place the original document facedown with the upper-left corner of the document at the
lower-right corner of the glass.
Too light or dark
The resolution and color levels may be
set incorrectly.
Verify that you have the correct resolution and color
settings. See Scanner resolution and color on page 61.
Unwanted lines
Ink, glue, correction fluid, or an
unwanted substance might be on the
glass.
Clean the flatbed scanner surface. See To clean the
scanner glass on page 67.
Black dots or streaks
Ink, glue, correction fluid, or an
unwanted substance might be on the
glass.
Clean the flatbed scanner surface. See To clean the
scanner glass on page 67.
Unclear text
The resolution and color levels may be
set incorrectly.
Verify that you have the correct resolution and color
settings. See Scanner resolution and color on page 61.
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Control-panel display problems
CAUTION: Static electricity can cause unexpected black lines, dots, or characters to appear on the
device control-panel display. Do not touch the device control-panel display if there is a chance that you
have collected a static electric charge (for example, by walking on carpet in a low-humidity environment).
Unexpected lines, dots, or characters might appear on the device control-panel display, or the display
might become blank if the device is exposed to an electric or magnetic field. To resolve this problem,
perform the following procedure:
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Turn the device off.
2.
Remove the device from the electric or magnetic field.
3.
Turn the device on again.
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Solving common Macintosh problems
Problems with Mac OS X V10.3 and Mac OS X V10.4
The printer driver is not listed in Print Center.
Cause
Solution
The device software might not have been installed or was installed
incorrectly.
Reinstall the software. See the getting started guide for instructions.
The device name does not appear in the printer list box in the print center.
Cause
Solution
The device might not be ready.
Make sure that the cables are connected correctly, the device is on,
and the ready light is on. If you are connecting through a USB hub,
try connecting directly to the computer or use a different port.
The wrong device name is being used.
Print a Configuration report. See Information pages on page 64.
Verify that the name on the Configuration report matches the device
name in the Print Center.
The interface cable might be defective or of poor quality.
Replace the interface cable. Make sure to use a high-quality cable.
A print job was not sent to the printer that you wanted.
Cause
Solution
The print queue might be stopped.
Restart the print queue. Open print monitor and select Start Jobs.
An encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file does not print with the correct fonts.
Cause
Solution
This problem occurs with some programs.
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Try downloading the fonts that are contained in the EPS file to
the device before printing.
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Send the file in ASCII format instead of binary encoding.
You are unable to print from a third-party USB card.
Cause
Solution
This error occurs when the software for USB printers is not
installed.
When adding a third-party USB card, you might need the Apple USB
Adapter Card Support software. The most current version of this
software is available from the Apple Web site.
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The device does not appear in the Macintosh Print Center after the driver is selected.
Cause
Solution
This problem is caused by either a software or a hardware
component.
Software problem solving
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Check that your Macintosh supports USB.
●
Verify that your Macintosh operating system is Mac OS X V10.3
or Mac OS X V10.4.
●
Ensure that your Macintosh has the appropriate USB software
from Apple.
Hardware problem solving
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Check that the device is turned on.
●
Verify that the USB cable is connected correctly.
●
Check that you are using the appropriate high-speed USB cable.
●
Ensure that you do not have too many USB devices drawing
power from the chain. Disconnect all of the devices from the
chain, and connect the cable directly to the USB port on the host
computer.
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Check to see if more than two nonpowered USB hubs are
connected in a row on the chain. Disconnect all of the devices
from the chain and connect the cable directly to the USB port on
the host computer.
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Problem-solving tools
The section describes the tools that can help you solve problems with your device.
Restoring the factory-set defaults
Restoring the factory-set defaults returns all of the settings to the factory defaults.
CAUTION: This procedure deletes any pages that are stored in the memory. The procedure then
automatically restarts the device.
1.
On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Service, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Restore defaults, and then press Menu/Enter.
The device automatically restarts.
Reducing paper curl
Use the Less paper curl setting to reduce curl in printed media.
1.
On the device control panel, press Menu/Enter.
2.
Use the < or the > button to select Service, and then press Menu/Enter.
3.
Use the < or the > button to select Less paper curl, and then press Menu/Enter.
4.
Use the < or the > button to select On, and then press Menu/Enter.
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A
Accessories and ordering information
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Supplies
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Cable and interface accessories
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User-replaceable parts
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Paper and other print media
The following list of accessories was current at the time of printing. Ordering information and availability
of the accessories might change during the life of the device. For the most current ordering information,
visit the most appropriate of the following Web sites:
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North America: www.hp.com/go/ordersupplies-na
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Europe and Middle East: www.hp.com/go/ordersupplies-emea
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Asia Pacific countries/regions: www.hp.com/go/ordersupplies-ap
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Latin America: www.hp.com/go/ordersupplies-la
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Supplies
Product name
Description
Part number
Black print cartridge
Average yield for the standard print
cartridge is approximately 2,000 pages.
Actual yield depends on use.
Q2612A
Cable and interface accessories
Product name
Description
Part number
USB cable
2-meter standard USB-compatible
device connector
C6518A
Product name
Description
Part number
Separation pad and pickup rollers
Replace when the device is picking up
multiple sheets or no sheets. Trying
different paper did not resolve the
problem.
Contact HP Customer Care to order
parts.
User-replaceable parts
Paper and other print media
NOTE:
Inkjet paper is not recommended for the device.
Product name
Description
Part number
HP LaserJet paper
Premium HP-brand paper for use with
HP LaserJet printers.
HPJ1124 (letter)
HP Premium Choice LaserJet
paper
HP bond paper with a weight of 120 g/m2 (32 lb). HPU1132 (letter)
HP Cover paper
HP-brand paper with a weight of 200 g/m2 (75lb cover). Use for printing postcards and
document covers.
Q2413A (letter) 100 sheets
HP Printing paper
HP-brand paper for use with HP LaserJet
printers.
HPP1122 (letter)
HP Multipurpose paper
HP-brand paper for a variety of uses.
HPM1120 (letter)
HP LaserJet Tough paper
Robust paper with a satin finish. Paper will not
tear and will withstand the weather. For
documents requiring durability and longevity.
Q1298A (letter)
HP High Gloss laser paper
High-gloss finish coating on both sides. Use for Q2419A (letter) 200 sheets
brochures, catalogs, photographs, and
whenever a high-gloss finish is desired.
HP Soft Gloss laser paper
Satin finish coating on both sides, 105 g/m2 (28 Q2415A (letter) 500 sheets
lb).
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Product name
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Description
Part number
HP Brochure Laser Paper, Matte High opacity for two-sided printing with no
show-through, 44 lb.
Q6543A (letter) 150 sheets
HP Photo and Imaging Laser
Paper, Glossy
High-contrast glossy finish, 32 lb.
Q6545A (letter) 200 sheets
HP Photo and Imaging Laser
Paper, Matte
High-contrast matte finish, 52 lb.
Q6549A (letter) 100 sheets
HP Presentation Laser Paper,
Soft Gloss
Bright white for high contrast, 32 lb.
Q6541A (letter) 200 sheets
HP Recycled Content Paper
Matte finish on both sides, contains 30 percent
post-consumer content (satisfies US Executive
Order 13101), 75 g/m2 (20-lb bond).
HPE1120 (letter) 500 sheets
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B
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Service and support
105
Hewlett-Packard limited warranty statement
HP PRODUCT
DURATION OF LIMITED WARRANTY
HP LaserJet M1005
One year limited warranty
HP warrants to you, the end-user customer, that HP hardware and accessories will be free from defects in materials
and workmanship after the date of purchase, for the period specified above. If HP receives notice of such defects
during the warranty period, HP will, at its option, either repair or replace products which prove to be defective.
Replacement products may be either new or equivalent in performance to new.
HP warrants to you that HP software will not fail to execute its programming instructions after the date of purchase,
for the period specified above, due to defects in material and workmanship when properly installed and used. If
HP receives notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP will replace software which does not execute
its programming instructions due to such defects.
HP does not warrant that the operation of HP products will be uninterrupted or error free. If HP is unable, within a
reasonable time, to repair or replace any product to a condition as warranted, you will be entitled to a refund of
the purchase price upon prompt return of the product.
HP products may contain remanufactured parts equivalent to new in performance or may have been subject to
incidental use.
Warranty does not apply to defects resulting from (a) improper or inadequate maintenance or calibration, (b)
software, interfacing, parts or supplies not supplied by HP, (c) unauthorized modification or misuse, (d) operation
outside of the published environmental specifications for the product, or (e) improper site preparation or
maintenance.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND NO OTHER
WARRANTY OR CONDITION, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, IS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AND HP
SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY,
SATISFACTORY QUALITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Some countries/regions, states or
provinces do not allow limitations on the duration of an implied warranty, so the above limitation or exclusion might
not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you might also have other rights that vary from
country/region to country/region, state to state, or province to province. HP's limited warranty is valid in any country/
region or locality where HP has a support presence for this product and where HP has marketed this product. The
level of warranty service you receive may vary according to local standards. HP will not alter form, fit or function
of the product to make it operate in a country/region for which it was never intended to function for legal or regulatory
reasons.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, THE REMEDIES IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT ARE YOUR
SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. EXCEPT AS INDICATED ABOVE, IN NO EVENT WILL HP OR ITS
SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF DATA OR FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL
(INCLUDING LOST PROFIT OR DATA), OR OTHER DAMAGE, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR
OTHERWISE. Some countries/regions, states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
THE WARRANTY TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS STATEMENT, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT LAWFULLY
PERMITTED, DO NOT EXCLUDE, RESTRICT OR MODIFY AND ARE IN ADDITION TO THE MANDATORY
STATUTORY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THE SALE OF THIS PRODUCT TO YOU.
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Print Cartridge Limited Warranty Statement
This HP product is warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship.
This warranty does not apply to products that (a) have been refilled, refurbished, remanufactured, or
tampered with in any way, (b) experience problems resulting from misuse, improper storage, or
operation outside of the published environmental specifications for the printer product, or (c) exhibit wear
from ordinary use.
To obtain warranty service, please return the product to place of purchase (with a written description of
the problem and print samples) or contact HP customer support. At HP’s option, HP will either replace
products that prove to be defective or refund your purchase price.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, THE ABOVE WARRANT Y IS EXCLUSIVE AND NO
OTHER WARRANTY OR CONDITION, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, IS EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED AND HP SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF
MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, IN NO EVENT WILL HP OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE
LIABLE FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING LOST PROFIT OR
DATA), OR OTHER DAMAGE, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR OTHERWISE.
THE WARRANTY TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS STATEMENT, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT
LAWFULLY PERMITTED, DO NOT EXCLUDE, RESTRICT OR MODIFY AND ARE IN ADDITION TO
THE MANDATORY STATUTORY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THE SALE OF THIS PRODUCT TO YOU.
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Availability of support and service
Around the world, HP provides a variety of service and support options for purchase. Availability of these
programs will vary depending upon your location. For details, see the support flyer that is included in
the box with your device.
HP Customer Care
Online Services
For 24-hour access to updated HP device-specific software, product information, and support
information using an Internet connection, go to www.hp.com/support/ljm1005.
Telephone support
HP provides free telephone support during the warranty period. For the telephone number for your
country/region, see the flyer that shipped with the device, or visit www.hp.com and click Contact HP.
Before calling HP, have the following information ready: the product name and serial number, the date
of purchase, and a description of the problem.
HP direct ordering for accessories or supplies
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North America: www.hp.com/go/ordersupplies-na
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Europe and Middle East: www.hp.com/go/ordersupplies-emea
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Asia Pacific countries/regions: www.hp.com/go/ordersupplies-ap
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Latin America: www.hp.com/go/ordersupplies-la
To order genuine HP parts or accessories, go to the HP Parts Store at www.hp.com/buy/parts (U.S. and
Canada only), or call 1-800-538-8787 (U.S.) or 1-800-387-3154 (Canada).
HP service information
To locate HP-Authorized Dealers, call 1-800-243-9816 (U.S.) or 1-800-387-3867 (Canada).
Outside the United States and Canada, call the customer support number for your country/region. See
the flyer that shipped in the box with the device.
HP service agreements
Call 1-800-835-4747 (U.S.) or 1-800-268-1221 (Canada).
HP service information
HP's customer self-repair programs offer our North American customers the fastest service under either
warranty or contract. It enables HP to ship replacement parts directly to you (the end user) so that you
can replace them. Using this program, you can replace parts at your own convenience.
HP support and information for Macintosh computers
Go to www.hp.com/go/macosx for Macintosh OS X support information and HP subscription service for
driver updates.
Go to www.hp.com/go/mac-connect for products that are designed specifically for the Macintosh user.
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Hardware service
If your hardware fails during the warranty period, Hewlett-Packard offers the following support options:
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Hewlett-Packard repair services: Hewlett-Packard will arrange to pick up the unit, repair it, and
return it to you within 5 to 10 days, depending on your location.
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Hewlett-Packard authorized service provider: You can return the unit to a local authorized
service dealer.
Extended warranty
HP Care Pack provides coverage for the HP product and all HP-supplied internal components. The
hardware maintenance covers a one to three-year period from the date of the HP product purchase.
The customer may purchase an HP Care Pack up to one year from the date of purchase of the
HP product. For more information, contact the HP Customer Care Service and Support group. See
HP Customer Care on page 108.
HP Care Pack options might be available after the standard warranty period has expired. Go to
www.hpexpress-services.com/10467a/ and enter the product number to identify the HP Care Pack
options that are available for your product.
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Guidelines for repacking the device
Use the following guidelines when repacking the device:
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If possible, include print samples and 5 to 10 sheets of paper or other media that did not print
correctly.
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Remove and keep any cables, trays, and optional accessories installed in the printer.
●
Remove and keep the print cartridge.
CAUTION: To prevent damage to the print cartridge, store the print cartridge in its original packing
material, or store it so that it is not exposed to light.
●
If possible, use the original shipping container and packing material. Shipping damage as a result
of inadequate packing is your responsibility. If you have already disposed of the device packing
material, contact a local mailing service for information on repacking the device.
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Hewlett-Packard recommends that you insure the equipment for shipment.
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C
Device specifications
This section contains the following information about the device:
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Physical specifications
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Electrical specifications
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Power consumption
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Environmental specifications
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Acoustic emissions
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Physical specifications
Table C-1 Physical specifications
1
Height
Depth
Width
Weight1
308 mm (12.13 inches)
363 mm (14.3 inches)
437 mm (17.2 inches)
8.3 kg (18.4 lb)
Weight does not include print cartridge, which weighs 0.7 kg (1.5 lb).
Electrical specifications
CAUTION: Power requirements are based on the country/region where the device is sold. Do not
convert operating voltages. This will damage the device and void the product warranty.
Table C-2 Electrical specifications
Item
110-volt models
220-volt models
Power requirements
110 to 127 V (+/- 10%)
220 to 240 V (+/- 10%)
XX / XX Hz (+/- 2 Hz)
XX / XX Hz (+/- 2 Hz)
X.X A
X.X A
Rated current
Power consumption
Table C-3 Power consumption (average, in watts)1,2
Printing
Copying
Ready/Sleep3
Off
XXX W
XXX W
XW
0W
1
Values are based on preliminary data. See www.hp.com/support/ljm1005 for current information.
2
Power reported is highest values measured for monochrome printing/copying using all standard voltages.
3
The default time from Ready mode to Sleep mode and the recovery time from Sleep mode to start of printing is less than 10
seconds because of instant-on fusing.
4
Maximum heat dissipation for all models in Ready mode = 51.2 BTU/hour.
5
Print speed is 15 ppm letter-size and 14 ppm A4-size.
Environmental specifications
Table C-4 Environmental specifications
1
Recommended1
Operating1
Storage1
(Device and print cartridge)
XX° to XX°C
XX° to XX.X°C
X° to XX°C
Temperature
(XX° to XX°F)
(XX° to XX.X°F)
(XX° to XXX°F)
Relative humidity
XX% to XX%
XX% to XX%
X% or less
Values are subject to change. See the support Web sites listed in HP Customer Care on page 108 for current information.
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Acoustic emissions
Table C-5 Acoustic emissions 1,2
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Sound Power Level
Declared per ISO 9296
Printing (15 ppm)3
LWAd = X.X Bels (A) [XX dB (A)]
Ready
Essentially Inaudible
Sound Pressure Level - Bystander Position
Declared per ISO 9296
Printing (15 ppm)3
LpAm = XX dB (A)
Ready
Essentially Inaudible
1
Values are based on preliminary data. See www.hp.com/support/ljm1005 for current information.
2
Configuration tested: HP LaserJet M1005 MFP, letter.
3
Print speed is 15 ppm letter-size and 14 ppm A4-size.
Acoustic emissions 113
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D
Regulatory information
This section contains the following regulatory information:
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FCC compliance
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Environmental Product Stewardship program
●
Declaration of conformity
●
Country-/region-specific safety statements
115
FCC compliance
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy. If it is not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
●
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
●
Increase separation between equipment and receiver.
●
Connect equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is located.
●
Consult your dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician.
NOTE: Any changes or modifications to the printer that are not expressly approved by HewlettPackard could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
Use of a shielded interface cable is required to comply with the Class B limits of Part 15 of FCC rules.
Environmental Product Stewardship program
Protecting the environment
Hewlett-Packard Company is committed to providing quality products in an environmentally sound
manner. This product has been designed with several attributes to minimize impacts on our environment.
Ozone production
This product generates no appreciable ozone gas (O3).
Power consumption
Power usage drops significantly while in PowerSave/Sleep mode, which saves natural resources and
saves money without affecting the high performance of this product. This product qualifies for
ENERGY STAR® (Version 1.0), which is a voluntary program established to encourage the
development of energy-efficient office products.
ENERGY STAR is a U.S. registered service mark of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. As an
ENERGY STAR® partner, Hewlett-Packard Company has determined that this product meets ENERGY
STAR® Guidelines for energy efficiency. For more information, see www.energystar.gov.
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Toner consumption
EconoMode uses significantly less toner, which might extend the life of the print cartridge.
Paper use
The device manual duplex features (two-sided printing) (see Printing on both sides on page 33 for
Windows and Printing on both sides (Macintosh) on page 37 for Macintosh) and N-up printing capability
(multiple pages printed on one sheet) (see Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper on page 32
for Windows and Printing multiple pages on one sheet of paper (Macintosh) on page 36 for Macintosh)
can reduce paper usage and the resulting demands on natural resources.
Plastics
Plastic parts over 25 grams are marked according to international standards that enhance the ability to
identify plastics for recycling purposes at the end of the device's life.
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Environmental Product Stewardship program 117
HP LaserJet printing supplies
It's easy to return and recycle your empty HP LaserJet print cartridges—free of charge—with HP Planet
Partners. HP is committed to providing inventive, high-quality products and services that are
environmentally sound, from product design and manufacturing to distribution, operation, and recycling
processes. We ensure your returned HP LaserJet print cartridges are recycled properly, processing
them to recover valuable plastics and metals for new products and diverting millions of tons of waste
from landfills. Since this cartridge is being recycled and used in new materials, it will not be returned to
you. Your empty HP LaserJet print cartridges are recycled responsibly when you participate in the
HP Planet Partners program. Thank you for being environmentally responsible!
In many countries/regions, this product's printing supplies (for example, the print cartridge, drum) can
be returned to HP through the HP Printing Supplies Returns and Recycling Program. An easy-to-use
and free takeback program is available in more than 35 countries/regions. Multilingual program
information and instructions are included in every new HP LaserJet print cartridge and supplies package.
HP Printing Supplies Returns and Recycling Program Information
Since 1992, HP has offered HP LaserJet supplies return and recycling free of charge. In 2004, HP Planet
Partners for LaserJet Supplies was available in 85% of the world market where HP LaserJet supplies
are sold. Postage-paid and pre-addressed labels are included within the instruction guide in most
HP LaserJet print cartridge boxes. Labels and bulk boxes are also available through the Web site:
www.hp.com/go/recycle.
Use the label to return empty, original HP LaserJet print cartridges only. Please do not use this label for
non-HP cartridges, refilled or remanufactured cartridges, or warranty returns. Printing supplies or other
objects inadvertently sent to the HP Planet Partners program cannot be returned.
More than 10 million HP LaserJet print cartridges were recycled globally in 2004 through the HP Planet
Partners supplies recycling program. This record number represents 26 million pounds of print cartridge
materials diverted from landfills. Worldwide, in 2004, HP recycled an average of 59% of the print
cartridge by weight consisting primarily of plastic and metals. Plastics and metals are used to make new
products such as HP products, plastic trays and spools. The remaining materials are disposed of in an
environmentally responsible manner.
U.S. returns
For a more environmentally responsible return of used cartridges and supplies, HP encourages the use
of bulk returns. Simply bundle two or more cartridges together and use the single, pre-paid, preaddressed UPS label that is supplied in the package. For more information in the U.S., call
1-800-340-2445 or visit the HP Web site at www.hp.com/go/recycle.
Non-U.S. returns
Non-U.S. customers should visit the www.hp.com/go/recycle Web site for further information regarding
availability of the HP Printing Supplies Returns and Recycling Program.
Paper
This device is capable of using recycled papers, when the paper meets the guidelines outlined in the
HP LaserJet Printer Family Print Media Guide, which you can view on the Web at www.hp.com/support/
ljpaperguide. This product is suitable for the use of recycled paper according to EN12281:2002.
Material restrictions
This HP product does not contain added mercury. This HP product does not contain batteries.
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Disposal of waste equipment by users in private household in the European
Union
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product must not be disposed of with
your other household waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by
handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic
equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will
help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health
and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for
recycling, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product.
Material safety data sheet
Material safety data sheets (MSDS) for supplies containing chemical substances (for example, toner)
can be obtained by visiting the HP Web site at: www.hp.com/go/msds or www.hp.com/hpinfo/
community/environment/productinfo/safety.
For more information
Visit www.hp.com/go/environment or www.hp.com/hpinfo/community/environment/productinfo/safety
for more information about the following environmental topics.
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Product environmental profile sheet for this and many related HP products
●
Hewlett Packard's commitment to the environment
●
Hewlett Packard's environmental management system
●
Hewlett Packard's end-of-life product return and recycling program
●
MSDS
Environmental Product Stewardship program 119
Declaration of conformity
Declaration of Conformity
according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014
Manufacturer's Name:
Manufacturer's Address:
Hewlett-Packard Company
11311 Chinden Boulevard,
Boise, Idaho 83714-1021, USA
declares, that the product
Product Names:
HP LaserJet M1005 MFP series
Regulatory Model Number3)
Print Cartridge
Product Options:
BOISB-0207-01
Q2612A
ALL
conforms to the following Product Specifications:
Safety:
IEC 60950-1:2001 / EN60950-1: 2001 +A11
IEC 60825-1:1993 +A1 +A2
EN 60825-1:1994 +A1 +A2 (Class 1 Laser/LED Product)
GB4943-2001
EMC:
CISPR22:2003 +A1 / EN55022:2005 - Class B1)
EN 61000-3-2:2000
EN 61000-3-3:1995 +A1
EN 55024:1998 +A1 +A2
FCC Title 47 CFR, Part 15 Class B2) / ICES-003, Issue 4
GB9254-1998, GB17625.1-2003
Supplementary Information:
The product herewith complies with the requirements of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and the Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC, and carries
the CE-Marking accordingly.
1) The product was tested in a typical configuration with Hewlett-Packard Personal Computer Systems.
2) This Device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two Conditions: (1) this device may not cause
harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
3) For regulatory purposes, this product is assigned a Regulatory model number. This number should not be confused with the marketing
name or the product number(s).
Boise, Idaho 83713, USA
January 1, 2006
For regulatory topics only:
Australia Contact:
Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard Australia Ltd., 31-41 Joseph Street, Blackburn, Victoria 3130, Australia
European Contact: Your Local Hewlett-Packard Sales and Service Office or Hewlett-Packard GmbH, Department HQ-TRE / Standards
Europe, Herrenberger Strasse 140, Böblingen, D-71034, Germany, (FAX: +49-7031-14-3143)
USA Contact:
Product Regulations Manager, Hewlett-Packard Company, PO Box 15, Mail Stop 160, Boise, Idaho 83707-0015, USA,
(Phone: 208-396-6000)
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Country-/region-specific safety statements
Laser safety statement
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has
implemented regulations for laser products manufactured since August 1, 1976. Compliance is
mandatory for products marketed in the United States. The printer is certified as a "Class 1" laser product
under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Radiation Performance Standard
according to the Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act of 1968.
Since radiation emitted inside the printer is completely confined within protective housings and external
covers, the laser beam cannot escape during any phase of normal user operation.
WARNING! Using controls, making adjustments, or performing procedures other than those specified
in this user guide may result in exposure to hazardous radiation.
Canadian DOC statement
Complies with Canadian EMC Class B requirements.
«Conforme à la classe B des normes canadiennes de compatibilité électromagnétiques (CEM).»
Korean EMI statement
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Finnish laser statement
LASERTURVALLISUUS
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
HP LaserJet M1005 MFP - laserkirjoitin on käyttäjän kannalta turvallinen luokan 1 laserlaite.
Normaalissa käytössä kirjoittimen suojakotelointi estää lasersäteen pääsyn laitteen
ulkopuolelle.
Laitteen turvallisuusluokka on määritetty standardin EN60825-1 (1994) mukaisesti.
VAROITUS!
Laitteen käyttäminen muulla kuin käyttöohjeessa mainitulla tavalla saattaa altistaa käyttäjän
turvallisuusluokan 1 ylittävälle näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle.
VARNING!
Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i bruksanvisning specificerats, kan användaren
utsättas för osynlig laserstrålning, som överskrider gränsen för laserklass 1.
HUOLTO
HP LaserJet M1005 MFP -kirjoittimen sisällä ei ole käyttäjän huollettavissa olevia kohteita.
Laitteen saa avata ja huoltaa ainoastaan sen huoltamiseen koulutettu henkilö. Tällaiseksi
huoltotoimenpiteeksi ei katsota väriainekasetin vaihtamista, paperiradan puhdistusta tai
muita käyttäjän käsikirjassa lueteltuja, käyttäjän tehtäväksi tarkoitettuja ylläpitotoimia, jotka
voidaan suorittaa ilman erikoistyökaluja.
VARO!
Mikäli kirjoittimen suojakotelo avataan, olet alttiina näkymättömälle lasersäteilylle laitteen
ollessa toiminnassa. Älä katso säteeseen.
VARNING!
Om laserprinterns skyddshölje öppnas då apparaten är i funktion, utsättas användaren för
osynlig laserstrålning. Betrakta ej strålen.
Tiedot laitteessa käytettävän laserdiodin säteilyominaisuuksista:
Aallonpituus 770-800 nm
Teho 5 mW
Luokan 3B laser
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Glossary
browser Short for Web browser, a software program that is used to locate and open Web pages.
contrast The difference between the dark and light areas of an image. The lower the number value, the more
closely the shades resemble each other. The higher the number, the more the shades appear separate from each
other.
dots per inch (dpi) A measurement of resolution that is used for printing. Generally, more dots per inch result
in a higher resolution, more visible detail in the image, and a larger file size.
e-mail (electronic mail) An abbreviation for electronic mail. Software that can be used to electronically transmit
items over a communications network.
file format
The way the contents of a file are structured by a program or group of programs.
grayscale Shades of gray that represent light and dark portions of an image when color images are converted
to grayscale; colors are represented by various shades of gray.
halftone An image type that simulates grayscale by varying the number of dots. Highly colored areas consist of
a large number of dots, while lighter areas consist of a smaller number of dots.
link A connection to a program or device that can be used to send information from the device software to other
programs, such as e-mail or OCR links.
optical character recognition (OCR) software OCR software converts an electronic image of text, such as a
scanned document, into a form that word processor, spreadsheet, and database programs can use.
pixels per inch (ppi) A measurement of resolution that is used for scanning. Generally, more pixels per inch
result in a higher resolution, more visible detail in the image, and a larger file size.
printer driver A printer driver is a program that software programs use to gain access to device features. A
printer driver translates software program formatting commands (such as page breaks and font selection) into a
printer language, and then sends the print file to the device.
Readiris An optical character recognition (OCR) program that was developed by I.R.I.S. and that is included
with the device software.
resolution The sharpness of an image, measured in dots per inch (dpi). The higher the dpi, the greater the
resolution.
surge protector A device that protects a power supply and communications lines from electrical surges.
TWAIN An industry standard for scanners and software. By using a TWAIN-compliant scanner with a TWAINcompliant program, a scan can be initiated from within the program.
URL Uniform resource locator, the global address of documents and resources on the Internet. The first part of
the address indicates what protocol to use, the second part specifies the IP address or the domain name where
the resource is located.
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USB Universal serial bus (USB) is a standard that was developed by the USB Implementers Forum, Inc., to
connect computers and peripherals. USB is designed to concurrently connect a single computer USB port to
multiple peripherals.
watermarks A watermark adds background text to a document that is being printed. For example, “Confidential”
can be printed in the background text of a document to indicate that the document is confidential. A selection can
be made from a set of predefined watermarks, and the font, size, angle, and style can be changed. The printer
can place the watermark on the first page only or all pages.
WIA Windows Imaging Architecture (WIA) is an imaging architecture that is available in Windows Me and
Windows XP. A scan can be initiated from within these operating systems by using a WIA-compliant scanner.
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Index
Symbols/Numerics
600 dpi print-quality setting
83
A
accessibility features 2
accessories
ordering 108
part numbers 102
acoustic emissions 113
alert messages 80
Apple Macintosh. See Macintosh
archive print 39
B
background, gray 85
bands, troubleshooting 85
battery specifications 118
bin, output
capacity 2
jams, clearing 78
locating 3
black and white scanning 62
blank copies, troubleshooting 94
blank pages
adding to printouts 32
troubleshoooting 90
blank scans, troubleshooting 96
books
copying 52
scanning 59
both sides, copying 50
both sides, printing on
Macintosh 37
Windows 33
buttons, control panel 4
C
cables
part numbers 102
USB, troubleshooting 90
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Canadian DOC statement 121
canceling
copy jobs 42
print jobs 40
scan jobs 57
capacity
output bin 2
priority input slot 21
tray 1 21
trays 21
card stock
guidelines for using 19
printing on 17
priority input tray, loading 24
specifications 21
cartridge-door release, locating 3
cartridges
HP fraud hotline 66
part numbers 102
recycling 65, 118
replacing 69
reusing 65
status, checking 65
storing 65, 112
warranty 107
characters, troubleshooting 86
cleaning
exterior 67
glass 67
lid backing 67
cleaning page, printing 68
color, scanning settings 61, 62
colored paper, specifications 17
Configuration report 64
contrast settings, copy 44
control panel
buttons 4
display, troubleshooting 97
language, selecting 27
locating 3
messages, troubleshooting 80
copying
books 52
canceling 42
contrast, adjusting 44
enlarging 45
media settings 48
media, troubleshooting 92
multiple pages per sheet 46
number of copies 47
photos 52
quality, adjusting 42
quality, troubleshooting 91
reducing 45
size, troubleshooting 94
starting a job 42
troubleshooting 94
two-sided documents 50
viewing settings 53
covers, document
Macintosh 36
paper specifications 21
Windows settings 32
creases, troubleshooting 87
crooked pages 87, 89
curled media 87, 100
custom paper sizes
driver settings 32
printing on 17
Customer Care 108
customer support
availability of 108
service agreements 108
telephone 108
Web sites 108
D
dark copying 92
darkness settings, copy 44
Index 125
declaration of conformity 120
default media size and type,
setting 27
defaults, restoring 100
Demo page, printing 64
dimensions, device 112
dots per inch (dpi)
print settings 83
specifications 2
dots, troubleshooting 85
double-sided copying 50
double-sided printing
Macintosh 37
Windows 33
dpi (dots per inch)
print settings 83
specifications 2
drivers
help, Windows 8
Macintosh settings 35
Macintosh, troubleshooting 98
presets (Macintosh) 35
quick sets (Windows) 30
settings, changing 9
supported 8
system requirements 6
Windows settings 30
dropouts, troubleshooting 85
duplexing
Macintosh 37
Windows 33
EPS files, troubleshooting 98
error messages
control panel 80
critical 81
European Union regulations 119
extended warranty 109
E
e-mail, resolution settings for 62
electrical specifications 112
energy consumption 116
Energy Star compliance 2
enlarging documents
copying 45
printing 31
envelopes
guidelines for using 18
priority input tray, loading 24
storing 19
tray capacity 21
Environmental Product
Stewardship program 116
environmental specifications
device 112
paper 22
H
hardware service 109
heavy paper
guidelines for using 19
printing on 17
priority input tray, loading 24
specifications 21
help, Windows printer drivers 8
HP Customer Care 108
HP fraud hotline 66
HP LaserJet Scan (Windows) 57
HP Printing Supplies Returns and
Recycling Program 118
humidity specifications
device environment 112
paper, storing 22
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F
factory-set defaults, restoring 100
faded print 84
FastRes 2
FCC compliance 116
features 2
feeding problems,
troubleshooting 89
Finnish laser statement 122
first page
blank 32
Macintosh settings 36
Windows settings 32
flatbed scanner
cleaning 67
loading 24
fraud hotline 66
G
glass, cleaning 67
glossary of terms 123
gray background,
troubleshooting 85
grayscale scanning 62
I
image quality
cleaning page, printing 68
copy, troubleshooting 91
print, troubleshooting 83, 84
scans, troubleshooting 95, 96
information pages
Configuration 64
Demo 64
language, selecting 27
Menu structure 64
ink cartridges. See print cartridges
input trays. See trays
installation, software
Macintosh 11
programs included 7
interface ports
cables, ordering 102
troubleshooting Macintosh 98
types included 2
J
jams
causes of 74
input tray, clearing 76
locating 75
output bins, clearing 78
preventing 74
print-cartridge area,
clearing 78
K
keys, control panel 4
Korea EMI statement 121
L
labels
guidelines for using 17
tray capacity 21
language, control panel
display 27
laser safety statements 121
LaserJet Scan (Windows) 57
last page, blank 32
letterhead 20
lid, cleaning 67
light copying 92
light print, troubleshooting 84
lightness, copy contrast
setting 44
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lines, troubleshooting
copies 91
printed pages 85
scans 96
loading
input trays 24
originals on flatbed
scanner 24
priority input tray 24
tray 1 25
loose toner, troubleshooting
86
M
Macintosh
driver settings 9, 35
driver supported 8
drivers, troubleshooting 98
installing software 11
problems, solving 98
scanning from TWAINcompliant software 58
special media, printing on 39
support Web sites 108
supported operating
systems 6
uninstalling software 11
USB card, troubleshooting 98
material safety data sheet 119
media
colored paper 17
copy settings 48
curled 100
curled, troubleshooting 87
custom sizes, setting 32
custom-sized, printing on 17
default size, changing 27
document size, selecting 31
first page, Macintosh
settings 36
first page, Windows
settings 32
HP, part numbers 102
jams 74
loading input trays 24
pages per sheet, copying 46
pages per sheet,
Macintosh 36
pages per sheet, Windows 32
priority input tray 24
recommended 14
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selecting 14
special, Macintosh settings 39
specifications 21
tray selection 26
troubleshooting 16, 88
types to avoid 14
wrinkled 87
memory
specifications 2
Menu structure, printing 64
mercury specifications 118
messages
control panel 80
critical 81
Microsoft Windows. See Windows
multiple pages per sheet
copying 46
Macintosh 36
Windows 32
N
n-up copying 46
n-up printing
Macintosh 36
Windows 32
noise specifications 113
number of copies, changing
47
O
OCR software 60
on/off switch, locating 3
online help, Windows printer
drivers 8
operating environment,
specifications 112
operating systems supported 6,
8
optical character recognition
software 60
options. See settings
ordering supplies and
accessories 102, 108
originals, loading 24
output bin
capacity 2
jams, clearing 78
locating 3
output quality
cleaning page, printing 68
copy, troubleshooting 91
print, troubleshooting 83, 84
scans, troubleshooting 95, 96
ozone specifications 116
P
Page Setup 26
pages
blank 90
not printing 90
skewed 87, 89
pages per minute 2
pages per sheet
Macintosh 36
WIndows 32
paper
colored 17
copy settings 48
curled, troubleshooting 87,
100
custom sizes, setting 32
custom-sized, printing on 17
default size, changing 27
document size, selecting 31
first page, Macintosh
settings 36
first page, Windows
settings 32
HP, part numbers 102
jams 74
loading input trays 24
pages per sheet, copying 46
pages per sheet,
Macintosh 36
pages per sheet, Windows 32
priority input tray 24
recommended 14
selecting 14
special media, Macintosh
settings 39
specifications 21
tray selection 26
troubleshooting 16, 88
types to avoid 14
wrinkled 87
paper path, cleaning 68
part numbers
cables 102
media 102
supplies 102
user-replaceable parts 102
Index 127
parts, user-replaceable 102
phone numbers
HP fraud hotline 66
HP Printing Supplies Returns
and Recycling Program 118
support 108
photos
copying 52
scanning 59
scanning, troubleshooting 95
physical specifications 112
pick-up rollers, ordering 102
pixels per inch (ppi), scanning
resolution 61
ports
cables, ordering 102
troubleshooting Macintosh 98
types included 2
power
consumption 116
requirements 112
troubleshooting 72
power consumption 112
power switch, locating 3
ppi (pixels per inch), scanning
resolution 61
preprinted paper 20
presets (Macintosh drivers) 35
print cartridge area jams,
clearing 78
print cartridges
door release, locating 3
HP fraud hotline 66
part numbers 102
recycling 65, 118
replacing 69
reusing 65
status, checking 65
storing 65, 112
warranty 107
Print dialog box 26
Print Document On 31
print jobs, canceling 40
print media. See media
print quality
cleaning page, printing 68
settings 83
troubleshooting 83, 84
printer drivers
help, Windows 8
128 Index
Macintosh settings 35
Macintosh, troubleshooting 98
presets (Macintosh) 35
quick sets (Windows) 30
settings, changing 9
supported 8
system requirements 6
Windows settings 30
printing
blank pages, adding 32
both sides, Macintosh 37
both sides, Windows 33
canceling 40
cover pages, Macintosh 36
covers, Windows 32
custom paper sizes 32
custom-size media 17
multiple pages per sheet,
Macintosh 36
multiple pages per sheet,
Windows 32
presets, Macintosh 35
quick sets, Windows 30
resizing documents 31
settings, changing 26
tray selection 26
troubleshooting 90
watermarks, Windows 31
priority input slot
loading 24
locating 3
paper specifications 21
problem solving. See
troubleshooting
Q
quality
cleaning page, printing 68
copy settings 42
copy, troubleshooting 91
print settings 83
print, troubleshooting 83, 84
scans, troubleshooting 95, 96
quick sets (Windows drivers) 30
R
Readiris OCR software 60
recycling supplies 65, 118
redistribute toner 65
reducing documents
copying 45
printing 31
regulatory information 116
repacking the device 110
repair. See service
repetitive defects,
troubleshooting 86, 88
replacing print cartridges 69
reports
Configuration report 64
Demo page 64
language, selecting 27
Menu structure 64
resizing documents
copying 45
printing 31
resolution
features 2
print settings 83
scanning 61
specifications 2
restoring factory-set defaults 100
rollers, ordering 102
S
saving driver settings
Macintosh presets 35
Windows quick sets 30
scaling documents
copying 45
printing 31
scanner glass, cleaning 67
scanning
black and white 62
blank pages,
troubleshooting 96
books 59
canceling 57
color 61
grayscale 62
HP LaserJet Scan
(Windows) 57
loading originals on flatbed
scanner 24
methods 56
OCR software 60
photos 59
quality, troubleshooting 95,
96
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resolution 61
speed, troubleshooting 95
TWAIN-compliant software 58
WIA-compliant software 58
scatter, troubleshooting 88
separation pad, ordering 102
serial number, product 64
service
critical error messages 81
hardware 109
part numbers 102
service agreements 108
settings
changing 9
Configuration report 64
factory-set defaults,
restoring 100
presets (Macintosh
drivers) 35
print jobs 26
quick sets (Windows
drivers) 30
size, copy
reducing or enlarging 45
troubleshooting 94
size, device 112
sizes, media
default, changing 27
selecting trays by 26
supported 21
skewed pages 87, 89
slow speed, troubleshooting
printing 90
scanning 95
smeared toner,
troubleshooting 86
software
included 7
Macintosh, installing 11
Readiris OCR 60
scanning from TWAIN or
WIA 58
settings, changing 9
supported operating
systems 6
system requirements 6
uninstalling on Macintosh 11
uninstalling on Windows 10
source, printing by 26
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special media
Macintosh settings 39
specifications 17
specifications
acoustic emissions 113
electrical 112
environmental 112
features 2
paper 21
physical 112
specks, troubleshooting 85
speed
print specifications 2
printing, troubleshooting 90
scanning, troubleshooting 95
spots, troubleshooting 85
status, supplies 65
stopping printing 40
storing
device 112
envelopes 19
paper 22
print cartridges 65
streaks, troubleshooting 85
supplies
HP fraud hotline 66
ordering 108
recycling 65, 118
reusing 65
status, checking 65
storing 65
support
availability of 108
service agreements 108
telephone 108
Web sites 108
system requirements 6
T
technical support
availability of 108
service agreements 108
telephone 108
Web sites 108
telephone numbers
HP fraud hotline 66
HP Printing Supplies Returns
and Recycling Program 118
support 108
temperature specifications
device environment 112
paper, storing 22
terminology 123
text, troubleshooting 86
toner
cleaning page, printing 68
loose, troubleshooting 86
scatter, troubleshooting 88
smeared, troubleshooting 86
specks, troubleshooting 85
toner cartridges. See print
cartridges
transparencies
guidelines for using 17
priority input tray, loading 24
tray capacity 21
tray 1
loading media 25
loading paper 24
locating 3
paper specifications 21
trays
capacities 2
Configuration report 64
feeding problems,
troubleshooting 89
jams, clearing 76
loading 24
loading paper 24
locating 3
paper specifications 21
selecting 26
troubleshooting
blank pages 90
blank scans 96
checklist 72
cleaning page 68
control panel display
problems 97
control panel messages 80
copy quality 91
copy size 94
copying 94
critical error messages 81
curled media 87, 100
EPS files 98
faded print 84
feeding problems 89
jams 74
Index 129
lines, copies 91
lines, printed pages 85
lines, scans 96
loose toner 86
Macintosh problems 98
pages not printing 90
paper 16, 88
print quality 83
repetitive defects 86, 88
scan quality 95, 96
skewed pages 87, 89
text 86
toner scatter 88
toner smear 86
toner specks 85
USB cables 90
wrinkles 87
TWAIN-compliant software,
scanning from 58
two-sided copying 50
two-sided printing
Macintosh 37
Windows 33
types, media
default, changing 27
selecting trays by 26
specifications 21
U
uninstalling Macintosh
software 11
uninstalling Windows software 10
USB port
locating 3
troubleshooting connection 90
troubleshooting Macintosh 98
type included 2
Use Different Paper/Covers 32
user-replaceable parts 102
waste disposal 119
watermarks, Windows 31
wavy paper, troubleshooting 87
Web sites
Energy Star 116
HP Customer Care 108
HP Printing Supplies Returns
and Recycling Program 118
Macintosh support 108
material safety data sheet 119
ordering supplies 101
supplies, ordering 108
weight
device 112
paper specifications 21
white or faded stripes 91
WIA-compliant software, scanning
from 58
Windows
driver settings 30
driver supported 8
help, printer-driver 8
scanning from TWAIN or WIA
software 58
settings, changing 9
supported operating
systems 6
uninstalling software 10
wrinkles, troubleshooting 87
V
vertical lines, troubleshooting 85
vertical white or faded stripes 91
voltage requirements 112
W
warning messages 80
warranty
device 106
extended 109
print cartridges 107
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