Question about Xerox DocuColor 12 Color Copier
Hi, When I changed the developer, got rid of the 9-363 error, however I will check the fuses too. Thanks for the advice.
If I get white lines through the whole length of the paper, what do you think it can be. I changed my photoreceptor (print cartridge), fuser roller, 2nd BTR, and checked my 1st BTR for any marks/damage, but everything looks O.K. Still get the white lines. Do you think it can be the paper type? This occurs especially when printing all solid colors. Don't really see it on photos/
Does PWB stand for Printed Wire Board?
Do an emergency stop on the machine as the paper is just coming into the main path, and you will catch the inage on the IBT. with a bit of luck on the drum as well. Is it not in 1 colour the white lines? Also are they thick or pencil like lines and from lead edge to trail edge?
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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