Print Quality Checklist
General print quality problems can be solved by following the
Check the printer driver to make sure you are using the
best available print quality option (see Choosing Print Quality
Print using a different HP LaserJet 2200 printer driver.
Redistribute the toner in the toner cartridge (see Redistributing
Clean the inside of the printer (see Cleaning the Printer).
Check the paper type and quality (see Media Specifications).
Check to make sure EconoMode is off in the software (see Using
EconoMode or Draft Printing).
Troubleshoot general printing problems (see Troubleshooting
General Printing Problems).
Install a new HP toner cartridge, then check print quality again.
(See instructions provided with the toner cartridge.)
If the page is totally blank (all white) check to make sure the sealing
tape is removed from the toner cartridge and ensure that the toner
cartridge is installed correctly.
Newer printers have been optimized to print characters more
accurately. This may result in characters looking lighter or thinner
than you are used to having them print on your older printer.
If the page is printing images darker than on an older printer, and you
want the images to match the older printer, in your printer driver, select
the Finishing tab, choose Print Quality, choose Custom, click on Details,
and deselect Print Images Lighter.
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