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Thread: Unfused printouts <-- PC board transfer paper play
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> From: "Russell McMahon" <STOPspamapptechRemoveMEspamEraseMECLEAR.NET.NZ>

> Here's a trick which MAY be useful. Like all the best ideas, I
discovered it
> by accident - in this case while trying to print an envelope short
side in.
> If you cut a sheet of paper to less than a certain length (the exact
> will vary with your printer) and feed it to a laser printer, then the
> rollers after the toner deposition stage will (may?) fail to pick it
up and
> the paper will stop in the midst of the printer without having been

Be very careful if you're playing with unfused toner.
You really, really don't want to be breathing this stuff in.


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