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Please clean the drum charge roller use the izopropilalcool,clean the charge roller cleaning roller,clean use the vacuum cleaner the waste toner (located under transfer assembly 6 screw),activate the ATDC and AIDC sensor configuration.
Put paper in the manual feed tray. That's the pull down door in the front. Print something. As the page gets fed 3/4 of the way into the printer, open the top cover. Pull out the toner. Look down at the paper. If you see the prominent streak, you probably have a bad toner cartridge. If the streak is not there, check the fuser. One of the rollers is bad.
While you have the toner in your hand, you should see a flap that is the entire length of the cartridge. Put you thumb on the flap and pull it down. You will now be looking at the drum. If you see the prominent streak, that's your problem. See if you can clean it with a soft lint free dry cloth. If the streak comes back, the rubber cleaning blade is probably bad. Replace the toner cartridge.
print out is basically due to cartridge related issues. Take out the
cartridge and clean its drum/ (green roller) with a dry, soft,
lint-free cloth. The drum is usually located under a cover. Checkout for
any spilled toner inside the printer and clean it also. Print a few
pages so that the parts get further cleaned. I think, this would solve
Moreover, black streaks
(thicker lines) and dots etc indicate faulty PCR Roller which is located
green drum inside the cartridge. Cartridge or get
the PCR Roller changed by a professional.
Let me know if any
further clarification is required. GoodLuck! Dont forget to
appreciate the solution if I could have been of any help! CreativeTECH
Try cleaning the blade(by rubbing a piece of paper between the drum and the blade) ,also clean the charge roller(black rubber roller) with a soft clean cloth.If all else fails replace the black drum unit(It's life is 60k)
The green roller is the drum which has a cleaning blade to remove excess toner, when the drum gets older it becomes clogged and will dump toner back out onto the drum. Just some info on it. Best fix is replace the drum, you could take it apart and attempt to dump and clean it but it's rarely worth doing that.
vertical lines on prints usually means either the drum's cleaning blade is not cleaning the drum (or the drum is damaged) or the fuser is scored. scored means that the protective coating on the fuser rollers is damaged. I would check the rollers on the fuser (the hot part of the printer right near the paper exit) for any lines on it, if you look at your prints, you should see them in the same location on the fuser. if you do not see any lines on the fuser rollers, then replace the drum.
Does this streaking problem occur when printing (not copying)? If it does then you are probably looking at a consumable issue. Alot of times black streaking is caused by a defective or spent drum. Is your drum new? There is also a blue piece on the drum unit used to clean the corona wire that cleans the drum. Have you tried moving it back and forth several times?
If the problem only happens when copying and the streaks are as bad as you make them out to be then you problem have a bad CIS unit (scans your originals for faxing or copying)