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I have replaced the printer cartridge but the printer is still not printing the full page properly (faded, particularly on the rhs)


The problem is often referred to as uneven print density. It can be corrected by using one or both of these methods:

1) Remove the toner cartridge, gently shake it, then reinstall.

or
2) Replace the cartridge

Since you've indicated you already replaced the cartridge, I'd disregard that second option and just try the first. That should correct the problem for you.

Good luck!

Jan 24, 2011 | Samsung ML 2010 Laser Printer

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C45 Cross Trainer drive belt replacement


Needs
Cost = £25 for drive belt + any tools needed (saving of £150 - £200).
Tools = Long shafted crosshead screwdriver, 3 & 4 & 6mm hex keys, metric spanners, ratchet tie-down luggage straps (2), wire twists.
Time = 3-4 hours.
Difficulty = Moderate.
General
The 15mm grooved belt is tensioned by a spring loaded jockey pulley. Dealing with this is the crux. Handing is relative to front view of the machine. Beware of magnetic field near brake when running under load - pace-makers, watches etc.
Procedure
1. Disconnect dc supply and remove plug. Clear access is needed to both sides, with most of the work done from RHS.
2. Disconnect both drive arms from the drive discs using hex key. Pull front ends outwards to clear the trunnions. Push both arms back out of the way. (Drive discs cannot be removed without special tools).
3. Remove RHS cover using crosshead driver to undo screws in deep slots round edge.
4. Remove dc socket from LHS cover (hex nut) before removing LHS cover.
5. Working from RHS, note layout of electromagnet brake unit. Cut out old belt. Remove jockey spring.
6. Plates on either side clamp the magnet core. Remove the RHS plate only (which also carries the jockey pulley crank). Remove hex nut on end of brake pulley shaft. Use spanner and hex key to remove 4 long bolts one at a time and partially reinsert each from LHS - this prevents the short aluminium spacers on LHS from falling out. Don't lose the long spacers or the crank mounting bell washer from RHS. Remove 2 short screws from lower edge of plate using hex key. Each has a plain and a spring washer. Do not slacken the corresponding 2 screws on LHS, since that risks disturbing the distance between the driving and brake axes.
7. Remove old belt debris and clean.
8. Pass new belt over RHS drive disc. Fit centrally into grooves on topside of disc only, leaving enough slack to fit centrally round the small brake pulley.
9. Grease mounting washer and replace crank with jockey pulley hanging underneath belt. Refit RHS plate, starting with the spindle hex nut. Take care that each bolt passes through both long and short aluminium spacers. (There seems no reason to remove and reinsert the bolts from RHS - this only increases the chance of dislodging the small spacers). If a spacer does move, use a wire twist to hold in place temporarily while inserting bolt. Ensure that all bolts and screws are fully tightened before step 10.
10. Refit jockey spring, ensuring that the pulley pushes against belt's lower surface. Anchor ratchet tie-down to back foot of machine, wrap round crank arm, then pull back spring as far as possible. Use 2 tie-downs for safety and maximum tension.
11. Slowly rotate RHS drive disc anticlockwise while keeping belt central on both pulleys. Use a screwdriver blade to prevent the belt jumping the grooves on the brake pulley and slipping off the jockey pulley. Once the belt is grooved, keep turning to check that it runs true - no grooves should be visible on the brake pulley. Use side pressure while turning to re-position. Mind your fingers.
12. Release tie-downs very carefully, since the spring reacts with a bang. Temporarily attach drive arms and dc supply. Test. When satisfied that all is OK and belt runs true under load, detach drive arms, replace LHS cover, dc socket, RHS cover, drive arms, and plug in dc supply.

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The faxes we receive are not legible because one side of the fax is not printing and the toner is new. What can we do to fix the problem?


Open the machine and remove the toner cartridge...on the RHS of the place where you install the cartridge you will see a sensor, and you should also see 2 flat shiny pieces of "spring" metal..one is toward the rear of the opening the other towards the front. These 2 pieces of spring metal are what push the toner cartridge forward evenly ; over time they get bent backwards a little bit and the pressure can become uneven between fron and back on the toner cartridge. Have a look at them you will probably see one appears to be bent back further than the other....you dont have to remove it...just reach in and bend back out a little the one that is back too far. Put the cartridge back in and make a copy to check.

Nov 12, 2010 | Muratec F320 Plain Paper LED Fax

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I replaced the ink cartridge and the alignment screen did not come up, and a result I can't print now. It always came up before. It was printing before I changed the cartridge. How do I solve the problem


Remove the ink and check to make sure that you removed the sticky tape tab from the bottom of each cartridge. If you have then check the carriage where the ink sits for any dry or caked on ink. You can wash this away with alcohol and a cotton swab. Finally check the number on the old ink and make sure that it matches the number on the new ink. Just because the ink fits in the printer does not mean it will work. If everything is good, force the alignment through the printer properties in Windows.

Dec 11, 2009 | Lexmark X2500 All-In-One Printer

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Waste ink tank almost full how do you empty it


It solve only utility software.www.canon ip 1500 service tools.com.download it and solve your problem.

Dec 09, 2009 | Canon i860 InkJet Photo Printer

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Doesn't see print cartridge


there are some lock for cartridge in printer right side cover may need to be adjusted
check if its get lock when toner is slide in side printer
spring at RHS for lock need to be check

Nov 07, 2009 | HP LaserJet 3050 All-In-One Printer

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No print on the RHS of page using Epson Aculaser C1100


Two things to check,
1- clean the laser by opening the front cover, pull forward the green lever on the R/H side, take off the little panel on the R/H side of the printer and pull out/push in the lens cleaning "stick". Replace panel and push the lever back in, close the front and try a test print.
If that didn't work:
2- Open the lid, lift the orange lever and remove the photoconductor. Be careful with it as it is easily scratched. Inside the printer rotate the toner cartridges and check that the cartridge lock levers are fully locked as even a couple of millimeters can block the laser.

Hope this helps.

Sep 09, 2009 | Epson Aculaser C1100 Printer

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Whirlpool dishwaster quiet partner I - 5 years old


it could be bad thermal fuse or loose wires in jbox at bottom .to chkd therm fuse remove the screws the on top of the door holding the control panel.then pull out the panel and u should see cntrol board on the rhs of the panel.the thermal fuse is mounted on rhs corner of the control board.remove wires from fuse and chk for continuity.if open replace.if ok remove toe panel at the bottom and remove the screw of j box at rhs bottom corner.chk for loose or burnt wires.do not forgot to unplug the unit from power before doing all this.good luck

Aug 18, 2009 | Dishwashers

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Ink carriage


This is a tricky little printer. Here is your fix.

When you hold down the ink button for 3 seconds, the printer will perform a cleaning cycle.

But if you continue to hold the button for 10 to 15 seconds, it will then come ove to the opening where you can access the cartridges.

Apr 02, 2008 | Epson Stylus C44UX InkJet Printer

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