Question about Toshiba DP2570 Printer
I just recently began seeing black "blobs" on my copies, very random at first, but now they are all over the page. they are not always in the same spots, they will be anywhere from just one line down the page of spots to all over the page, to none. I can find no rhyme or reason. Any suggestions
There are lots of things that can cause this. Inspect the fuser assembly & verify that there isn't any teflon missing from the upper roller & that the lower roller is clean. The spots can also be caused by a build up of waste toner in the cleaning assembly, causing excess toner to be dropped on the copies as they pass under it. The cleaning assembly would need to be removed & cleaned to correct this. The spots are not always in the same place - but are they the same pattern? A worn drum assembly can cause spots that are usually a repeating pattern but located in different parts of multiple copies. Dirty corona wires can also cause random spots & rewiring the coronas would solve that.
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
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