Laser Printer Maintenance: Calibration & Cleaning

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A significant part of maintenance is calibrating, a process that allows the printer too accurately place ink does on the page in order to see crisp, clear and accurate images.  The best time to calibrate is after newly installed components, after doing maintenance. Cleaning laser printers is not restricted to the outside of the device but cleaning the inside is a must.  Toner dust and mites are the most common cleaning issues that exist for laser printers. You’ll learn what the correct strategy is for doing a thorough cleaning which includes the use of printer vacuum, as well as what an anti-static vacuum is, when to use it and why it’s a preferred tool. Ultimately you’ll learn what materials, kit types and performance techniques to employ and why it’s most important to read and follow the OEM instructions for use and maintenance of laser, and ALL devices.
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