Summary: The printer worked well after adding a photo-conductor kit and a toner cartridge, Neather were supplied with the printer. The toner cartridge wasn't a surprise, but the photo-conductor kit should have been in the printer already, as those are not in stock in most stores and if I didn't have an old...
Summary: Worked just fine for a time. However, there seems to be a problem with the printer driver, which repeatedly dies on my Windows 7 64bit computer. I have to reboot to get it to print again, which makes the printer useless.
Summary: I really dislike this printer. No matter what I do with curling paper, pages always get crinkled in the process of duplex printing. Worse still, I keep getting jammed paper indications even though there's no paper jammed in it.
Summary: Paper has a curl to it. Holding maybe 50 pages between your fingers, let it fall naturally and you should see it curling up a bit in one direction or the other. For the E260D (and most other printers) I have the curl facing up in the paper tray and that really reduces paper jams.
Summary: i have had this printer for several months now. frequent manually fed paper jams. does not print correctly sometimes with envelopes. however, what i hate the most is the constant power saving mode it goes into from time to time.
Summary: I have owned several Lexmark printers over the years and have always felt they were very dependable. However this model E260DN is one I wish I never purchased. The printer doesn't communicate with my computer (windows xp)all the time.