Canon np 6025
When I make a copy on this machine the copies have lines which are parallel to the long edge of the paper, roughly the entire length of the paper. These lines are bunched up about 2 inches from the edge. . I cleaned the drum, but the problem returns after a few copies. Toner is full. Any ideas?
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check your OPC drum life, if you have a poor quality with a new cartridge installed (light copy, dirty copy) the opc drum must be replaced, check you machine counter if you have reach 100k copies you need to replace the drum, if you are using a new OPC DRUM, you need to clean the machine, you have to call for service because there is many parts that muat removed to clean properly.
"No" is the answer to all of those questions, and even if it were "yes", purchasing a good quality refurbished digital machine from a reputable supplier, would still be a far cheaper option than all of that. Not in or around Toronto, are you?
I have a NP 6025 that is jamming from the letter tray top not multi purpose tray. I cleaned the rollers that did not help. its making a grinding noise (best way to describe it) The paper gets jammed at various stages in the input unit I can open the right door and see the paper. Wondering if anybody has any ideas on how to fix this problem....
yes ther is ! first clean the glass with Mr Sheen(which is a spray on furniture polish) the glass needs to be slippery so the paper slides nice and easy over it.Then if that doesnt help,where the feeder attaches to the machine are 2 hinges one of which you should be able to adjust.
Hope this helps.
Your problem is most likely caused by dirty optics. Place a sheet of paper on the glass & make 1 copy with the lid up. Look under the glass at the mirrors on the scanner & see if there is any dust on them. If so,turn the copier off & unplug it from the wall, remove the glass & wipe off the mirrors with a DRY cotton rag. There are 3 mirrors on the scanner assy. There is also three mirrors under the lens cover that should also be cleaned. After cleaning the optics, make a test copy.If your copies are still to dark, press the additional functions key & select exposure adjustment. You can lighten/darken all copies by changing this setting. If you have any problems or questions my email is email@example.com