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Technically, this is feasible; realistically, I would not try it. I worked as a laser printer repair technician for numerous years. The toner (plastic beads, very, very small, and lightweight) are transferred to the paper sheet by electrostatic charge, and if you blow on the sheet, they will smear, at the least. The only way to get the paper before it has the toner melted onto the page, is to stop the printer before the paper enters the Fuser Assembly -- you won't get the full image on the page, as it enters the Fuser Assembly before the page has been fully imaged. By pulling the paper through the Feed Assembly, manually, you could damage the printer, leading to expensive repairs. The technique discussed here, is easier, and will produce better results. Cheers!
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