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Dell 5110 printer has a cyan ghost next to the image. Also, about a 1 inch tall cyan horizontal band that repeats about 8 or 9 times down the page. bands are evenly spaced. Any idea what's wrong?

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Take a look at your printer's documentation here:
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/5110cn/

Sounds like you've got maybe a drum problem -- seen in two different symptoms, but you can try to fix it:
Go to the troubleshooting section and look for the links to these instructions:
-- Fixing your registration through the menu
-- Cleaning your drum

Registration is where the printer prints each color. It sounds like your cyan is off.

The bands may be from a dirty drum.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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