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Are you printing to the printer using the Xerox Global Print Driver PCL6? If so, this will be the cause of your problem. Earlier versions of the driver werent as bad when processing PDF documents. I would suggest that you download the Workcentre 7328 PCL6 driver and try that - the problem should clear.
There is a device called a Pocket Pro that attaches to the machine and you can then hook it via a RJ45 connection. I believe Troy makes that device. I have used it several times with success. Its basically a print server device.
Best thing to do it replace the fuser. You can google a business called "the parts drop". Call and ask for Britt, He will have the parts you need at a fair price. I dont work there, but have done business with them for long time. He may also just recommend some parts to replace. But if the fuser has over 30,000 prints on it, it really is worth just putting in a new one. Its easy to reaplace. Just 4 small screws. You may want to first off, open the right side door, as if clearing a jam. One the upper rear, there is a white connector from the fuser to the frame. It may have become unplugged if the plastic cover is missing.
We put a usb cable from the xp computer to the workcentre. We left the Vista computer connected to the workcentre via parallel cable. Not the solution we were hoping for but it does enable us to print from both computers
Xeror does not list a Mac driver for this unit. There is a Xerox Global print Driver, which supposedly "drives " all Xeror printers. But again I do not know if it will work on Mac's.There is a phone for this driver support @ 18773626567
That sounds more like the ribbon cable has some bad ends. remove the white ribbon cable from the board and see if some of the metal contacts are peeled back.
I have seen that problem a few times. The ends of that cable are not made to be taken out and in very many times.
In machine settings there is a setting for the USB port , it has a fast and slow setting. The M15 technically is not a intended to be a network printer. You can look into hooking it up to a pocket pro device which is a small print server. There are other products that you can use to set up that, way.
No, that is not the ink, That is a fuser problem.
The fuser needs to be replaced.
It is a very easy repacement. Cost is between 170-200 dollars if you don't have a service agreement.
One of the two rollers in the fuser has a problem and is not making good enough contact to fuse the image.