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HOW DO YOU CLEAN A CANON D860 COPIER?

I CLEANED THE WINDOW AND I AM STILL GETTING SMEARS ALL OVER THE PAPER. WHAT PRINTS ON TOP IS LIGHTLY PRINTED ON THE MIDDLE AND BOTTOM OF THE PAGE ALSO. THERE ARE ALSO BLACK STREAKS ON THE PAPER.

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Your fuser rollers are dirty and tracking the image

unplug the machine open the fuser area wait until they cool down

take fuser oil(silicone lubricant) and wipe the rollers

while you are at it remove the glass and clean the reverse side and clean the mirror and lens

take a q tip and ubbing alcohol and clean the charger wire

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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