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Old 04-12-08   #1
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dust protection of laser printers


well, i have a hp laser at home and it' toner drum is not working well coz of dust. tilll the time my desk was under my control, there was no problem. but now since m no more in command,nobody' able to keep things clean.they still keep the printer covered when not in use but...

the usage has also come down since then.


many of you must have faced this problems with peripherals. any solutions?

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Re: dust protection of laser printers

bump! nobody owns one here or what?
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Re: dust protection of laser printers

kinda same thing happened to my HP AIO!! it just wont take paper by itself!!

i literally needed to put the paper inside until it finally was able to pull it in!!

read somewhere that its a dust issue!! used the blower on it nd things started working fine again!! now i clean it every 3 days or so!!
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Re: dust protection of laser printers

get your printer serviced and get a cloth based dust cover... if not try getting flannel cloth in good length and wrap it around the printer. Don't get teh cheap plastic stuff
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Re: dust protection of laser printers

Well cleaning on a regular basis is the only way out... no dust proof solution available. another way to reduce dust is to move it into an enclosed space something like a pull out drawer or something. This also will not prevent dust from setteling in on your printer, it will only reduce the frequency at which you have to clean the printer
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Re: dust protection of laser printers

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read somewhere that its a dust issue!! used the blower on it nd things started working fine again!! now i clean it every 3 days or so!!
very temporary solutions. dad' fed up of doing that.
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get a cloth based dust cover...
beautifull idea! was using a plastic cover till now as far as i rem! will get it changed!
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Re: dust protection of laser printers

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Well cleaning on a regular basis is the only way out... no dust proof solution available. another way to reduce dust is to move it into an enclosed space something like a pull out drawer or something. This also will not prevent dust from setteling in on your printer, it will only reduce the frequency at which you have to clean the printer

i did not think of drawer styled racks when i designed my table . WHY WHY WHY!!!

but the carpenter was pretty baffled i had measurements for each and every corner ready in the layout
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