Question about HP Color Laserjet Cp1518ni - Printer - Color - Laser -
Printer is now producing streaks on the Left side of each page printed. How do I eliminate this problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your Toner Carts.
Is the line a certain color?
Lift the door of the toner cart.
If you see a streak on your toner drum, you will see a streak on your paperwork.
Look at your fuser as well.
Is there a problem with the big orange roller?
BEWARE! Don't touch the fuser roller its EXTREMELY HOT!
Let the printer cool down before inspecting.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
This is either a defect in the cartridge. Or a defect i the fusing unit. Try a different cartridge to see if it goes away. Most all print quality issues on HP's are from the cartridge. If the cartridge does not fix the problem then the fuser film is goin bad. You can replace the fusing unit or find a local guy that can do just the film. Much cheaper. If the line down the side kind of "rubs" off like the toner is loose on the page then it is definately the film.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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