September 29th, 2006, 05:12 AM
How do I find the "page count" of my HP Laser Printers?
Just aquired a sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet HP 5si Laser Printer (Big Boy at 28 ppm woooohooo!) from someone giving them away and I wondered how I can find the page count on it.
Runs like a charm, just like my old 4MP......a cartridge lasts me a YEAR on that thing, and print millions of flyers for biz! Bought some accessories for it and I see the PAGE COUNT mentioned on many of these...is it in the machine itself?
September 29th, 2006, 06:43 AM
Printer Type: Laser
Dots Per Inch (Black & White): 600 x 600 dpi
Page Count 186,938
Pages Per Minute (Black & White): 24 ppm
Printer Memory: 8mb
Maximum Paper Size: 11.7" x 17.7"
Supported Paper Types: Letter, A4, Legal, Executive, A3, B4, B5, 11x17
Network Card J4100A
Printer Languages: Enhanced PCL 5
Dimensions (W x D x H): 21.3 x 20.5" x 21.3"
September 29th, 2006, 19:59 PM
To find the page count on your printer print of a configuration page from the menu selection. this will give you the actual usage of your printer .
You should find this in the test menu selection and it may be pcl configuration page
October 2nd, 2006, 20:22 PM
Thank you VERY much fellas! I printed a pcl config page out that said my printer has printed out over 600,000 pages (if I'm reading it correctly!) and it runs like a charm!
Now, my ad girl will not have to wait for flyers from the old 4MP (which still runs famously, just slow) but can have hundreds in the few minutes she is waiting!
Once again, many thanks!