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Aficio 1035 Drum problems

The tops and bottom of the copies were darkened and a horizontal line was on the top along with some gray streaks horizontally across the page. I took out the drum unit and cleaned it all up. Yes I touched the drum very carefully not to scratch it. I also blew it out with canned compressed air. Now the copies are all black. What did I do? Do I need a new drum? I have taken the drum unit apart thinking that I needed a drum cleaner and I wanted to find the part. Please help.

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  • mammol Feb 07, 2009

    I have cleaned both the small auto feed glass and the large scanner glass. This problem is likely because I messed with the drum assembly. I wonder if there is special way to clean the drum of if you touch it it takes some properties from it and it cannot be used any longer. The toner is stuck all over the drum when you look at it. I could send a photo.



  • mammol Feb 08, 2009

    I have tried cleaning the glass - real good. I think I need to look into other malfunctions with the drum.

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    James Louie Puro May 11, 2010

    have tried cleaning the scanning glass plates?

    clean the glass thoroughly with a water and a tissue (scrubbing it gently a few times), and let us know if this made a difference with the copies.


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Disassemble the cylinder and you clean the load roller, probably for use compressed air it is dirty, cleans all the interior and it proves.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

  • Delfor Tomás Acosta Aug 31, 2009

    Clean the charge roller and bushings.

  • Delfor Tomás Acosta Sep 25, 2009

    It can have twisted the contact of the charge roller that is in the
    later part of the image unit, this will cause a been accustomed to copy black…



    It can have been separated of the drum the roller of charge by some
    reason …



    It can be
    damaged pack of charge…




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If you clean the drum unit, but the copy is dark push the drum unir forward because the luck is not locked

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