Why is your printer output so difficult to read?

You’ve been printing to a laser printer for a month, but now the output has become very faded and it’s difficult to read anything on the paper. What is the most likely cause of this problem?

A) The laser printer toner is low

B) The laser printer corona wire is damaged

C) The laser printer fuser is misaligned

D) The laser printer’s power supply is not providing enough voltage

The answer: A) The laser printer toner is low

As the toner supply becomes low, the laser printer output becomes lighter as the number of toner particles decrease. This might also be a problem if you use toner cartridges that are refurbished or not from the printer manufacturer.

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