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IBM 1352 prints blank pages

Started with the horizontal (1"wide) line still printing the text, then went on prining blank pages only

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Sounds like a bad imaging drum to me...

Posted on Apr 30, 2008


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Sounds like the configured paper sized does not match the actual paper page height. So that when it does Top Of Form paper movement the paper stops slightly too low. Doing several form feeds should confirm this. If this is it then reconfigure the paper size to match the paper. Also measure to paper to see if it matches what you want it to be.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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You require a replacement transfer roller, if you remove the toner cartridge and look in the printer, you will see a roller which sits underneath the toner cartridge, this is what you need to replace

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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Remove the print head and do a through cleaning with damp cloth on the print head...this should resolve ur problem...if it doesnt ull need to change the print head

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Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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You require a replacement transfer roller, if you remove the toner cartridge and look in the printer, you will see a roller which sits underneath the toner cartridge, this is what you need to replace

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Try a hardware check of the printer first. To check the hardware of the printer, do the following:
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  2. Load one sheet of paper into the paper feeder.
  3. Press the Power button and the Paper Feed button at the same time and hold them both down for three seconds. Then release the Power button only.
  4. When the printer begins to print, release the Paper Feed button. A page will be printed. The page should contain some text at the top and a series of horizontal color lines (cyan, magenta and yellow) below the text, with a thick black line below the colored lines. All the lines should be solid.
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Considering that the problem lessens further down the page, you most likely have a printhead that may be leaking (oozing) ink.
Once the surplus is wiped off on your paper, the ink flow is OK and the leak too slow to continue making the unwanted lines..

Try printing blank documents, you will probably see the lines with or without text printing.

I'm not certain how the printhead can be removed for inspection on that machine but it may need replacement.

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could be, but first take out the cartridge then look inside the unit there is a black roller, kind of spongy or hard rubber, is the black part towards the right? grab it and give it a tug and see if you can SLIDE it to the left if so then it needs to be replaced, that is your problem.

 

It could also be the fuser, are the copies on the left coming out smudged or with a grainy shadow? then it's the fuser.

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Sounds like a bad imaging drum to me...

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