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Looking to buy used B size HP laser printer what models?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by rmay635703, Feb 11, 2004.

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  1. rmay635703

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    What Hewlit packard laserjet models both Antique (4 series) and new can print "B" size (11x17) paper?

    Thanx
     
  2. mhoydis

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    The HP LaserJet 4MV that's sitting right in front of me can print 11x17.
     
  3. Ronnie151

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    check out e bay
     
  4. Ronnie151

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    yes i have a couple and nobody wants them anymore.
     
  5. rmay635703

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    well ronnie where are you at? In the States or out of this country?

    If you have one with a decent toner (dark but without tread marks) I might be willing to take one off your hands. The shipping cost is probably about what their worth to me but if your nearby somewhere :)

    Cheers
     
  6. Ronnie151

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    I was trying to sell one at the flea market for 40.00 and couldnt even get that. I live in Texas thats too far away.laserjet 4 si prints both sides of the page, prints great, has eg tray and a legal size trey.
     
  7. Ronnie151

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    have a 3 si id give someone for parts if they wanted it, has no trays.
     
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