1. Choose copy paper correctly
Laser printers are used to output paper samples, so first choose paper. It is best to choose electrostatic copy paper. The range of paper is 60-10Sg/square meter. 70g/square meter copy paper is often used. Paper that is too thin or too thick will easily cause paper jam. It may cause mechanical abrasion. It is best not to cut the paper yourself. The cut paper often has burrs and the paper lint accumulates in the machine, which will damage the machine parts and may also scratch the photosensitive drum. Before using the paper, do not put it directly in the paper box. You should make dumplings on the paper and carefully check whether there is any scraps on the paper. Dust or other hard objects, so as not to enter the machine, scratch the photosensitive drum and other parts
2. Use toner cartridges correctly
The most commonly used consumables in laser printers are toner cartridges. Different types of laser printers use different toner cartridges. Therefore, the correct use of toner cartridges can ensure that the printer can be operated for a long time and reduce the work time.
Machine maintenance time can also greatly reduce the consumption of toner cartridges, reduce production costs, and increase economic benefits. First, select the toner cartridge that matches the printer. Do not use consumables for other printers to avoid damage to the printer. Secondly, the photosensitive drum of the toner cartridge is very sensitive. It is absolutely forbidden to expose to strong light in the sun, and it is also prohibited to expose it to more than S minutes in high-end indoor conditions, otherwise it will damage the photosensitive drum.
Third, if you need to use the printer to produce the finished product (SD sulfuric acid paper, polyester film, etc.), it is best to use the original toner cartridge. The toner cartridge filled with powder is best used for printing, long-term refilling or refilling Photosensitive drum replacement and long-life photoreceptor drum reusable toner cartridges are prone to failures such as toner leakage and damage to machine parts, and the output quality is not as good as before.