09-19-2013 08:07 AM
On the platen of the L26500 there are rows of small 'pointy nodules' (for what of a better name) that are across the platen 2cm apart.
As the material goes through they scuff the underside, which although not a problem for single-sided, they mark the first side when I try double-sided print.
I should point out that the material I am currently using is not designed for double-sided (HP photopaper), but my question is, why are these nodules actually there and why do they need to be pointy and 'sharp' (again for want of a better description!) as opposed to something smooth and less abrasive?
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