What you will see
The printed image has a milky or running appearance on the paper. This print quality defect is also known as "treeing". See examples below:
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This defect normally occurs with very light media or paper that has been exposed to high humidity. Thus, trees (paper wrinkles) may be present on the printed page.
Check the media or paper that you are using and ensure that it is suitable for use in the printer. Refer to the printer's User Guide for information on supported media types and weights.
Is the media you are printing on supported in this printer/MFP?
Yes: Continue to Step 2.
Open a fresh ream of paper, insert it into the paper tray, and try printing again.
Did the defect return?
Yes: Continue to Step 3.
If the issue persists even with the new ream of supported media, contact Lexmark Technical Support for additional troubleshooting suggestions.
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