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I had this problem when I used a generic toner. I installed a xerox cyan toner, then printed many sheets of a large blue rectangle. After about 15 pages the blue started to spread into the shape, after 30 pages the blue was back. Printing a lot of blue was necessary to get the new toner thru the system.
Check to see if there is anything stopping the paper like a small piece of paper/paperclip.
Also see if the reg rollers are turning.
I DO HAVE A FULL SERVICE MANUAL FOR THIS MACHINE ON DISK AVAILABLE
try the top 2 things if you still have the problem please get back to me.
Cycle power, try cleaning the CTD (ADC) sensor and toner full sensor.
This is what Xerox has to say about the NVRAM failure:
On the front panel, press the key labeled i to view information about the error.
Record the error code number.
Turn off the printer.
Reseat the fuser.
Reseat the imaging unit.
Reseat the toner cartridges.
Turn on the printer.
If the error continues to be displayed contact service.
To be on the safe side you can follow the instructions here on the procedure to replace the transfer roler: http://office.support.xerox.com/SRVS/cgi-bin/webcgi.cgi