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Run the 1/2 print test. Put paper in the manual feed tray. Print a few pages of anything. As the paper gets about 3/4 of the way into the printer, open the cartridge door. Pull out the cartridge and look down at the paper. If it has the black stripe on the left side, replace the toner. In fact at this point, pick up the toner cartridge and gently swing the shutter open and look at the drum. You should be able to see a black stripe on it.
By the way, the toner hasn't been fused to the paper at this point. It will rub off on hands and clothes. If the 1/2 test shows no stripe on the paper...replace the fuser.
ok mate. when you open the right cover, there is a registration roller on the side. the registration roller is black one. it is visible from the side. rotate that roller and the paper should come up. rotate that roller with hand.there is a small piece of paper stuck below that registration roller which is not visible.
Action : Reload the paper correctly and press [Black] or [Color].
Follow this procedure:
1) Open the Paper Support, then pull out the Paper Support Extension.
2) Place a stack of paper (print side up) in the Auto Sheet Feeder, pinch the Paper Guide and adjust it to the left side of the stack.
- Set the Paper Thickness Lever to the correct position for the paper.
Important : Make sure the stack does not exceed the Load Limit Mark.
Try changing the toner, if it's generic that's your problem, and if it's either an old brother drum or a generic you may need a new one. There is also a glass to clean, it's right above where the drum sits inside, 1/2 inch wide across the top. Wipe with a dry cloth.
Ramana is the black stripe just showing up on copies or faxes or does the stripe occur when you are printing from your computer. If the stripe only occurs when copying or faxing then more than likely the scanner glass is dirty. White out liquid on the scanner glass is a common.If it happens when printing fromyour pc, the problem will be in the toner cartridge or the fusing assembly.
Change the cartridge first to see if it goes away. Check the scanner glass, especially the small glass strip on the left side of the scanner or the right side where you place the original paper. These areas should be completely clear and clean of any scratches or smudges.
Last is the fusing assembly. If you tried everything else and theline continues to bother you, the fusing assembly sleve is probably torn. This would have to be replaced. The part number is RM1-0865-040CN.
I'm not sure if this will help, but we pulled my Panasonic KX-B520 printing whiteboard apart to find out why it didn't print. After a couple of hours and much head-scratching we figured out the paper was in the wrong way around. The printer was working fine, it just couldn't print on the wrong side of the paper. Even though the diagram on the inside of the paper bin showed the the print side of the paper on the outside of the roll, this particular paper roll had the print side on the inside. Answer? Put the paper in the other way around. It works a treat.
To see which side your paper prints on, hold a match or lighter to one side of the paper and see if it goes black from the heat. One side will, and the other won't (well, it will burn, but not like the other side. Use your common sense here.) The print side of the paper should contact the horizontal metal strip at the top of the paper holder bay.
Good luck. I hope my answer works for your problem, because it's so easy to resolve.