Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
I use screen magnification. Part of the left side of my webpages are hidden. I haven't been able to fix this problem.
You have to turn off screen magnification as you are zooming in on the page...or scroll...
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Smudge on left side of paper
It seems like your PCU's are dirty and are picking up extra toner. Take them out and look at the green rollers, any extra finger prints or dirt on them? Clean them with a clean paper towel.
Also, check your transfer unit below the PCU's, that may need cleaning or replacing. You can pull that out after removing both PCUs, turn the little screww and look at it. That can also be cleaned with a cleaning wipe or a damp paper towel. There's a little tab that you can turn to free the rollers (they'll still be a little tight) bu then you can turn the rollers to expose more surface area.
Good luck. Be sure to rate the post if it works for you.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
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