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How many pages to print in one go with 1000w laser printer without damaging it.

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HP 1000w laser printer
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I have bought a laser printer HP 1000w two months ago. 

 

I want to know that how many pages I can print on single go without damaging the printer? (Means if I give command to print 500 pages then will it ok for printer for a normal durable lifespan)

If, not how many maximum pages (approx) should I print in single command without damaging any components and maintaining its normal lifespan?

Printer duty cycle is 20000 pages

Printer recommend monthly page volume is 2500.

 

Avg surrounding temp where I live is approx 35 in early summer.

 

 

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Divide recommended monthly page volume with numbers of days in the month.

 

500 pages for a single job is way too much for that printer model.

The 1000w Neverstop is the cheapest low-end laser printer you can get, don't expect miracles from that machine.




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Your answer is satisfactory.

But what if I want to print 300 pages and I have given command to print  aprox 100 pages at once.

Then what should be the minimum time should I wait before giving print command again for next 100 pages.

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