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Printing problem half inch vertical lines in left side of the printed document

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It is the Drum problem buy the new drum by telling laserjet 1020 12A Drum. The cost is very small just 200/- rupees and remive the old drum repalce the new one thats it.if any problem mail me arunkumar_d2002@yahoo.com

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It is cartridge issue. The printing dup is dirty. Try removing the cartridge and shake it carefully. If it does not help you will have to replace the cartridge

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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