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My Xerox 6130 keeps printing vertical pink lines on pages

The lines also appear on the rollers & the Film inside the printer

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  • brenda355 Feb 06, 2009

    Help Me someone

  • brenda355 Feb 06, 2009

    I think you mean the roller for the ponk-but there is no way to remove that roller or get that part from xerox

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Your color laser printer pink vertical line appear on the roller and film drum,
1) you need check the pink drum surface, it got damage if you find there is a different color vertival line on the drum surface, so you need change the pink drum.
2) check the pink drum cleaner (call brush to return the waste toner), it can not clean well sometimes, if the drum surface good.

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

  • Frank Zhang
    Frank Zhang Feb 06, 2009

    change the color drum need to find the a special engineer and the parts offer they can do that, if you do it your self, you need find the parts model (your printer model) and find it from your local dealer or computer service company. the parts could be a packet and install it easy.

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