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Using liquids & chemicalsmay damage the rubber rollers or harden them. It is not at all necessary to clean the rollers on weekly basis. Instead you may clean them once a month with a soft, lint free cloth damped in luke warm water to remove any dust. Rubbing the rollers excessively may damage the rollers. Also, keep the printer in a clean dust free environment and keep the printer covered if not in use for a long period of time.
I think you are talking about the front roller. It has a rubber sleeve that helps to grip the walking belt. Sometimes you can tighten this enough to keep it from slipping but you run the risk of overtightening and damaging both rollers. We recomend replacing that roller.
Normaly when you get this problem it means that you need to replace the feed rollers in that tray.
Rollers: Replace the rollers when you see any of the following defects:
Out of roundness
Loss of traction (tackiness) causing pick or feed failures.
Xerox paper pick roller
Part # 401-0882-00
Hope this helps
Hi. There are several reasons for this. The most common one is not replacing the ink roller on time. If the old roller had felt falling off of it, then it will block up the drum. The second is re-inking the roller. If you do this, you end up with a sticky mess and a lot of smudging. Other than that, pieces of paper stuck in the paper path are common. You should inspect the drum again. This is the little group of rubber numbers that spin around and hit the paper while printing. You will usually find sticky muck on the numbers, and you may have to clean them several times. You need to turn the drum as you clean it. Try to use the gears at the side if they are visible. A dry Q-tip is best, as alcohol may damage the thin rubber. Try cleaning the drum again, and look for any improvement. If itgets better on some numbers, then you are probably on the right track. Also, if you could send me a picture of the bad print, that may help also.
hi im jules_09,check the fuser unit paper are folded because the rubber
roller is worn out then the black line is also cause by scratch or
damage upper or hot roller in the fuser unit.if the hot roller or uuper
roller is fine check the drum unit if the opc drum is damage or scratch
then check also the drum cleaning blade or roller,blak line in copy
indicate one or two part either in the fuser unit or drum unit is