Question about Dell 1710n Laser Printer
The print quality on my Dell printer is driving me crazy. The left and righthand edges are dirty. It looks as though a cog wheel in the printer is dirty but I have taken it apart (as best you can) and cleaned every nook and crany including the toner, toner casing and inside the actual printer itself but to no avail. Any more ideas? Jo
You need to inspect your drum unit as well. If you can line up the marks on your page with the drum then you will need to replace the drum unit. If you donot find any problem with the drum unit then check the fuser unit on the back of the printer. Be very careful when checking the fuser since it is EXTREMELY hot. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 30, 2007
U try to check the maintain utility associated with the print driver it will clean all the drum and wheels if the problem persists still u have to replace the drum
Posted on Jul 03, 2007
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