Summary: I have read and tried everyone methods (dc controller, replacing toner, & adjust paper sheet type) of resolving toner leak. The answer to everyone's problem, is to " check & replace the the two black alienation plates (1.5" wide by 10" long, strips are vertical position, held by 2 phillips screws)"...
Summary: I just got this printer as a second hand product for my personal uses around one month ago. The printing quality is good and acceptable. My office also has hp 4600 and hp 4650dn. But I feel that the one that I got is newer than my office. It 80% news as I see it.
Summary: When toner streaks and toner colors do not go away after replacing the catridge, its not the toner cartridge thats the probelm it the electronics inside the printer that controls the opening and closing of the toner catridge that needs repair/replacing.
Summary: My HP printer is 4 years old and only has 2 users - I read the reviews posted and was shocked to read that other folks have the identical problems that I have with my HP 4600. toner leaks and toner lines. This is an expensive printer to have problems like that.
Summary: My office purchased this printer about 6 years ago, so I can really speak when I say it's reliable. 6 years later it's going strong and we have no need to replace it, here's why: 1. It's fast and continuous when it prints. 2. It rarely has a paper jam. 3. It prints really crisp color pictures. 4.
Summary: The product is good, no complaints yet. However I was extremely disappointed with the condition in which it was sent. Granted the post can be brutal, however this does not mean that the box should be battered beyond recognition and the printer itself, came with ABSOLUTELY no cables none for plugging...
Summary: This printer is a lemon. Had it for a few years and the entire time it streaks large quantities of magenta all over the backs of pages. What a mess. Called HP, had a repairman out, etc., but the problem continues. This thing weighs a ton and it spews forth a ton of garbage.
Summary: This is definitely the worst printer I have ever used, and I used to work for a company that developed printer driver software, so I have some experience in the area. Our office has an HP Color LaserJet 4600dn, and it's been nothing but trouble. First, the JetDirect network card failed.