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Faded printing on HP Laserjet Pro 400 color

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This printer is fairly new and I'm trying to hurry and finish an order for a client who is getting married on Sat. (And wants everything by 5:00 today)
I printed out 1 side of 210 programs just fine. Now trying to print place cards & more and print is extremely faded, like I took an eraser and rubbed it vigorously.
I tried recalibrating. I tried a higher density setting on the toner.

I am printing on iridescent stardream cardstock. If I try regular paper it comes out fine.
I tried shutting it down for awhile thinking maybe it needed to cool, but didn't really help.

Any thought or suggestions would be a huge help!
Thank you! erin

eta: The color toners are full and the black is at 60%.
Also ran cleaning page.

Edited by brainstorm102, 08 November 2012 - 12:09 PM.

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