Question about Apple LaserWriter 8500 Printer
My laserwriter printer is making splodgy dots all over my printouts. Can you advise how I can clean it to eliminate this?
Toner bubbles are characterized by large blotches of color toner on
printed pages caused by color toner leaking from cartridges directly
onto the transfer drum. Solve the problem of toner bubbles by checking the manufacturing codes on the toner cartridges and replacing cartridges as needed. Compatible carts are notorious for this so don't use them.
Heat-stamped on the toner cartridge, opposite the label-end of the
cartridge, is a manufacturing code. If a portion of the code does not
match the list below, replace the toner cartridge.
Use toner cartridges that contain any of the following manufacturing
any cartridge that begins with the numbers 0 through 6 in place of
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
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