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Q. What happens when using paper types other than specified?  
A. 

Inkjet

Laser

Using paper types other than specified by the Manufacturer

 

Challenges:

«Running paper stock does not meet the printer specifications can cause bleeding and smearing of as the ink is applied to the page.  

«Letterhead with high cotton rag content can cause printer head clogging as the fibers can stick to the print head in the printing process.

«Most printer manufacturers have recommended temperature and humidity ranges, so please read the user manual.

Solution:

«Stick with the recommended paper specifications in your user's manual to avoid these issues.

Using paper types other than specified by the Manufacturer

 

Challenges:

«Running paper stock does not meet the printer specifications can cause excessive wear to paper pickups, fusers, and the drum in the toner cartridge. Even if the printer printed the stock when it was new, as fusers and other parts wear out, problems can arise.

«Letterhead with high cotton rag content will cause lines down the page when the cotton fibers build up on the wiper blade. Most printer manufacturers have recommended temperature and humidity ranges, so please read the user manual.

Solution:

«Stick with the recommended paper specifications in your user's manual to avoid these issues.