Randomly missing print spots just off center of page
When printing with my Samsung ML 1210, it prints most of the page just fine. However, randomly misses part of letters running vertically down the page, just to the right of the centerline. It occurs in different places horizontally from one page to the next. Any suggestions?
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first check your toner cartridge. some time your toner cartridge is damage then black print out is coming.
then check your machine printer and faxes ,check print pages status.sometime their have early print outs.
didnt solve your problem you have to replace main board
The roller had an ink spot it it which is transferring to the paper. clean the roller carefully with some rubbing alcohol on a clean cloth. then let it air dry for 30 minutes before using it. Have the printer unplugged while you do this and use a minimal amount of alcohol, just a damp cloth will do the job.
did you do do a test print once you completed the install,go to printers and faxes in control panel right click on the printer select properties select print test page.if this print,close this right click on the printer again select use as default,this should take care of your printing problem.
I have a SCX-4100 Samsung, replaced the tonger cartridge, it was working fine for a few hundred sheets of printing, but after that, the left side of the page was printed very light, faded. If I run the "Clean Drum", it will print a litter better, but still faded. What can I do to correct this problem? Thank you TT
If both printers are connected through a parallel switch, be advised that changes on the switch do not take effect until the computer is restarted. Those boxes worked fine under DOS, but Windows does not support them. Connect the Samsung printer to the USB port and make sure you use a good quality cable and not those thin and cheap cables.