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    hp 5035 faint copies

    hp laserjet 5035 faint copies wats the problem?


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    Re: hp 5035 faint copies

    First of all, this is a M5035, I assume. If so, you need to tell us, is it happening only when copying or when printing too? Is it uniformly light or gradually lighter from one side or faded in bands across the page? What have you already tried?

    The following can cause light print:
    • Faulty print cartridge or empty cartridge
    • Printer set to Economode
    • Bad paper
    • Toner density issue
    • Defective transfer roller or not seated properly
    • Dirty contacts on both the HVPS and cartridge.
    • Laser scanner is dirty or shutter not opening properly
    • Defective HVPS
    Copying is light from ADF (usually lighter on one side than another):
    • Lamp inverter issue
    • Scanner optic issue


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    Re: hp 5035 faint copies

    This is the mind reading board


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    Re: hp 5035 faint copies

    Is it also a mirror image?
    Try turning the page over.
    it printed on the other side.

    More information please.


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    Re: hp 5035 faint copies

    I usually find that the user has been messing with the default darkness setting.
    The darkness adjustment goes from Zero to 8. Most people think that the higher the number the darker the print, it's actually the other way around with Zero being the darkest setting.
    This has solved the problem pretty much every time


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