An HP laser printer can usually have it's surface cleaned with an anti-static wipe or a paper towel, while the inside can be cleaned using compressed air to blow any dust particles away. Learn this method to clean your printer from the advice of a computer hardware professional in this free video on computer hardware basics.
Hi I'm Ron Chase with pahrumpauction.com located in Pahrump, Nevada. This is my shop, come on in. This is a demonstration on how to clean HP laser printers. Most of the printer's surface if it gets dusty can just be wiped off with anti-static wipes or a paper towel just to get the dust off the top. You can also use a can of compressed air and you can spray the top to remove any dust. On the inside the same compartment that you would replace your toner with you can use your compressed air to blow any dust particles that might be down in the toner tray. If there is also a paper jam and you see any large particles of paper you can just reach in and pull out whatever you can see and additionally you can remove the paper tray and look under the printer where the printer sits because dust can accumulate here too because your printer is just sitting on a desk. You can wipe it out with a paper towel, a static wipe, or again you can spray some compressed air to blow any dust out of the printer. Those are the three main places that you want to clean, the top the toner tray, and the paper tray and that's how you clean an HP laser jet printer.