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Magenta doesnt print in proper place

Tried to calibrate, tried new magenta cartridge to no avail-ran the print quality test black cyan yellow print fine, magenta has a section about
3 inches that are blank near center of page, side to side

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  • bnalbandian Jan 09, 2009

    no side to side

  • bnalbandian Jan 09, 2009

    the prints also show one or two solid magenta lines about 1/16-1/8

    inch ,most prints have two of these that are also side to side

  • bnalbandian Jan 18, 2009

    tried a new drum and had the same symptoms

  • sam88kid May 11, 2010

    Is it 3 inches blank from top of page to bottom (like a column) in the centre?

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Sounds like the new cartridge has been sitting around for too long. The solid lines are usually due to the drum being exposed to light for too long. The other reason could be the charger roller has been in contact with drum (in the cartridge) for a very long time and probably heat has a part in it as well. Try another cartridge.

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