cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
KyleWatters
New member
2 1 0 0
Message 1 of 5
125
Flag Post
HP Recommended

What is considered a High print/permission count?

hp laserjet 200 color m251nw
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi, I am new to Laser print. I wanted to save money and I'm planning on getting a used one. The print count is 7,900. My question is is that a lot? If not what is the normal? Or high? 

 

Thanks

4 REPLIES 4
Macmac55
Level 4
134 130 9 13
Message 2 of 5
113
Flag Post
HP Recommended

What is considered a High print/permission count?

No that is not a high amount of prints.  The machine should work fine might just need a cleaning if one has not already been done.  Some printers can last to a million prints with the proper upkeep I have seen some pass the million mark

0 Kudos
KyleWatters
New member
2 1 0 0
Message 3 of 5
106
Flag Post
HP Recommended

What is considered a High print/permission count?

Thank you for the knowledge 

0 Kudos
Macmac55
Level 4
134 130 9 13
Message 4 of 5
102
Flag Post
HP Recommended

What is considered a High print/permission count?

your welcome,  If you want to be extra safe it would not hurt to spend the extra money on a protection plan from HP if you run into issue they can cover you.

 

If your happy with this info please leave me a Kudos 

0 Kudos
Level 11
Level 11
3,563 3,549 353 740
Message 5 of 5
70
Flag Post
HP Recommended

What is considered a High print/permission count?

Most carepacks are only available equipment that is still covered under standard warranty. A low cost product like this is not likely worth putting under a maintenance plan. At this page count at most you might have to clean the pickup roller. Check the inside of the printer carefully to make sure they have not used a cheap reman cartridge and had a toner dump inside. If it feeds and prints ok it is probably fine.

If you find the information provided useful or solves your problems, help other users find the solution easier by giving kudos and marking my post as an accepted solution.
0 Kudos
† The opinions expressed above are the personal opinions of the authors, not of HP. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation