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09-07-2007, 01:10 PM
I have photo paper that is marked for inkjet printers. Can I use this in my laser printer or will it melt and screw up my printer?
Why bother with photo paper in a laser? They work best with plain paper, and will NOT look like a photo.
I doubt they will melt (though it's a possibility -- they aren't designed for high heat), but jamming is a distinct issue.
I believe you can buy photo laser paper. You can try running one or two through the machine but after that it will probably be too hot for it.
09-07-2007, 11:08 PM
DO NOT USE INKJET PHOTO PAPER IN A LASER PRINTER. The coating will melt off causing a mess in the fuser and the print will look like crap. If you do by accident, usually running a few sheet through afterwards will clean it up. There is a chrome coat paper that works real nice and looks like photo paper, just run it through like cardstock.
09-07-2007, 11:28 PM
Thanks for the answer. I already have enough stuff to fix and I don't need to add a laser printer to the list.
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