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01-03-2011 09:58 AM
My printer is an HP Laserjet P3005 printer. I have many 2-page carbonless copy forms that I fill out for my job. Recently, I got tired of writing my name, address, etc, on all these forms, and I created a template in MS Word. I tear the 2-page form apart, and run it through my printer, printing all my information to both pages. The results look great, but I got to wondering if the chemicals in this paper will cause any damage to my printer. I anticipate printing probably 300 or so pages like this per year.
In the long term, will this paper cause me any problems? Thanks
01-11-2011 03:00 PM
You would probably need to send your paper out to a laboratory for analysis to be sure , but in general HP does not recommend the use of any coated media because of the chance of contamination to your printer. In other words, it's not a good idea. Any coating may build up and could cause fuser or roller damage.