Here are several tips about how to lower the costs of your printing operations. It is not enough to just pay attention to the toner cartridge. You must lift the hood and check inside for any jammed or broken parts. Most printers have built-in diagnostics to indicate if there is any wear and tear. Paying attention to these maintenance lights at the right time and taking corrective action can prevent further damage. It is prudent to replace a small part rather than wait for the printer to conk off. It is also a good idea to invest in a maintenance kit for your printer. It will help clean the printer fan and other vulnerable parts that are prone to accumulating dust and residual ink. While buying spare parts for your printer, don’t compromise on quality. Replace worn out parts with original parts that match your printer’s model.
Build-up of dust, toner and other debris inside your printer can cause jams as well as streaks of ink that appear on papers where you don’t want them. A quick fix is to remove particles using a small vacuum. This is preferred over using canned air dusters because it removes the dust instead of spraying it around the inside of the printer. You can go further by using a cotton swab and purified water to clean the ink cartridges; most manufacturers will provide specific instructions in the printer manual or online. Be sure to read them because there are some parts of the cartridge you shouldn’t swab.
If you want your refilled ink to run longer, then make use of color printing only when required. Otherwise, for general and regular use, it is wiser to use black and white printing that helps in saving your money on buying additional refills. In case you have documents that are not been used for presentation purpose, then a draft printer setting should serve the purpose for all general documents.
Poor prints are usually the result of a depleted ink cartridge. Before you throw in the towel and go out and buy a new cartridge, there are a few troubleshooting tips worth pursuing that may get more life out of the cartridge. If your prints are looking light or streaky, your cartridge might just need to be primed. Prolonged inactivity can cause the ink to settle, which might temporarily dry up the printhead. Different ink cartridges will be primed in different ways. For cartridges with integrated print heads, such as the HP 62, we suggest trying the paper towel method.
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