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I just changed the cartridge in the canon laser class 1060P and now all the faxes are coming out black. It looks like I took the toner and spread it out on the page. The manual does not help me fix this problem.

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  • dannette_fou Mar 09, 2009

    Thank you for your help copiersplus. I had actually already put in another new cartridge before I started asking for a solution. I have now sent it in for service since I dont think it is a cartridge problem. We are not in CT but AR.

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    Leroy Elliott May 11, 2010

    Wellll, DUH

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Ok just cause you put in a NEW CARTRIDGE DOESN'T mean it was a good one, if your getting black pages this tells me that tour toner is getting no charge, this tells me that your charge roller isn't charging, either your cartidge is no good, yup= this could be defective or your charging unit on your printer become defective- replace ctg first, if it doesn't correct it then CALL FOR SERVICE, r u in Ct if so we can help you !!!!!

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