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Chapter 4. Troubleshooting Your Printer > Troubleshooting Laser/LED Printers

Troubleshooting Laser/LED Printers

Unlike inkjet printers, in which most moving parts are readily visible to the naked eye, a laser or LED printer's mechanism is concealed within the printer cover. In fact, much of the imaging process is performed within the printer's toner cartridge. Figure 4.20 diagrams a typical laser printer's internal components.

Figure 4.20. The components of a typical laser printer based on the Canon/HP laser engine. Some laser printers use a separate toner supply and imaging drum design, but most models use a design similar to the one shown in this figure.



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