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How can I determine how many pages my Laserjet 1020 printer has printed in its lifetime?

I am trying to be proactive in determining whether I need to plan to replace my Laserjet 1020 printer.  I know that I have seen printouts from resellers/refurbishers which show the number of pages that a printer has printed in its lifetime.  I am just trying to figure out how to get this information from my printer so that I can see how much life it has left.  Can anyone tell me how to generate this report?

 

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Re: How can I determine how many pages my Laserjet 1020 printer has printed in its lifetime?

Hi davesuff, 

 

The Printer Test page contains information about printer driver and port settings. The page also contains information about the printer name and model, computer name, and so on. You can print the Printer Test page from the printer driver.

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Hi - thanks for your response, but I already know about the printer test page, and it doesn't include anything about the number of pages that the printer has printed over its lifetime.  I saw a sample printout of this in an eBay auction, and I am now wondering what utility is used to generate this report.  I am afraid that your response does not answer my question.

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Hi davesuff, 

 

You should be able to view the pages printed by going into the driver. Let me know if this works?

 

1. Printing Preferences

2. Basics tab 

3. click on About.

 

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Thank you!  Sorry for the delay in responding (I was out of town).  This is exactly what I was looking for!

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Re: How can I determine how many pages my Laserjet 3055 printer has printed in its lifetime?

hello 

 hp  

 

How can I determine how many pages my Laserjet 3055 printer has printed in its lifetime?

pls help me asap 

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Thank you, exactly what I was looking for. 

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Hi Dale75103,

 

Glad to hear this resolved your issue. Have a wonderful day.

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Hi ajaykumar009,

 

Refer to Message 4 of 9 above.

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