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Colored paper should be of the same high quality as white xerographic paper.
Pigments used in colored media must be able to withstand the printer’s fusing temperature of 190°
C (374°F) for 0.1 second without deterioration.
The printer creates colors by printing patterns of dots, overlaying and varying their spacing to
produce various colors. Varying the shade or color of the paper will affect the shades of the printed
Envelopes can be printed only from Tray 1. Set the tray’s media size to the specific
Adhering to the following guidelines will help ensure proper printing on envelopes and help prevent
Do not load more than 20 envelopes into Tray 1.
The weight rating of envelopes should not exceed 90 g/m
(24 lb bond).
Envelopes should be flat.
Do not use envelopes with windows or clasps.
Envelopes must not be wrinkled, nicked, or otherwise damaged.
Envelopes with peel-off adhesive strips must use adhesives that can withstand the heat and
pressures of the printer’s fusing process.
Envelopes should be loaded face-down and with the postage end feeding into the printer first.
For printing labels, set the tray’s media type to LABELS in the printer control panel.
. When printing labels, use the following guidelines:
Verify that the labels’ adhesive material can tolerate temperatures of 190°C (374°F) for 0.1 second.
Verify that there is no exposed adhesive material between the labels. Exposed areas can cause
labels to peel off during printing, which can cause printer jams. Exposed adhesive can also cause
damage to printer components.
Do not re-feed a sheet of labels.
Verify that the labels lie flat.
Do not use labels that are wrinkled, bubbled, or otherwise damaged.
The following heavy paper types can be used with the HP Color LaserJet CP4005 Series printers.
Chapter 4 Printing tasks