My lexmark c510 displays vertical banding. (lines that are vague but definitely not on scans. I believe this is result of moving the printer. It was carefully packed and toner cartridges were removed but not the photo developer. Still I could have damaged the toner cartridges also because I didn't properly pack them. Though my guess is that banding is caused by damaged photo developer. What do you think?
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Lexmark has nozzle check feature, which prints test page so you can see if nozzles are working. It's under printer properties/maintenance or similar.But depends which type of ink did you use for refilling. If you used so-called universal ink for all printers, then you're stuck. I tried such ink on my Z33 and got same result. I ended with new Canon i550.If you did use such low-cost ink, i suggest you totally disassemblecartridge, clean it thoroughly, dry it and get new ink specially designed for Z65. When i got this result, i took out sponge, clean it, clean cart itself until clean water was coming from nozzles, dried it out and refill. let me know the result.