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Gray lines on the copies

The copier was working fine & now I get lines on the copies that seem to not have tomer..

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If the toner is low that would cause a problem. If the drum is damaged that would cause a problem too. If you have recently (past month) printed successfully than you might have issues with copy surface. Does the line come when using the auto feeder? Replace/ remove/reinstall the toner cartridge and clean the copy surface. Repost if this does not solve problem.

Posted on Nov 02, 2008

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