Question about Kyocera Office Equipment & Supplies
Our Kyocera 6030 is printing smaller fonts and color text very poorly. The bottoms of numbers are cut off, at times the text is illegible because portions of letters or numbers weren't printed. This is a black and white printer only, so it seems it's not registering color correctly. Making copies is fine and we've changed the toner to make sure that's no the problem. We had our maintenance company come out and they said it was a networking issue. We called our IT and they said the problem was inside of the machine. We called Kyocera support and they said it's not the driver and there's no way it's a problem with communication with the PC's to the server to the printer (Forgot to mention, this is a network device). We called the maintenance company again and they told me they'd send out an IT tech for $150 because there's NO WAY it can be inside of the machine. Everyone is passing the buck and everyone is yelling at ME about it. Please, any help, even a suggestion that's not the driver or the toner would be greatly appreciated..
Convert your original document to a pdf and then print it. are they still faulty? drivers are an issue many times even though KDA won't say so
Posted on Dec 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can try a simple reset of the paper feed mechanism.
Unplug and turn off the printer
Open the paper jam door
Give the paper roller a gentle push forward until it clicks
Close the door wait a few more minutes before you plug it back in and turn it on.
I hope this works for you. If it doe not, please let me know. Thank You.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
This has to do with the document printing properties. When you are ready to print a document, choose properties and make sure you go through the printer settings under that software.
The test page only verifies the cartridges. The printer properties of the software control the printer during printing.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
This sounds like a registration problem.
Use the menu (on the printer) to print antest page AND a configuration/information page.
Look (critically) at the alignment of the seperate coloure Yellow Magenta Cyan. You will probably find that these are out of aligmnent across the page.
The cause of this, is that the printer can't perform a calibration properly (printer probably takes a long time when calibrating too) and is usually down to failure of one of the sensors on the transfer belt.
Sometimes you can clean these and solve the problem, but often is a failure of the component itself. Thes are NOT available as a spare part, and the repair to correct this would need a replacement transfer belt.
Transfer belt replacement in this printer is quite an involved task, though it is within the capabilities of someone with reasonable mechanical aptitude.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
If the black toner prints like the image below with alternating bands of light and dark printing, the problem lies with your imaging unit.
Specifically the developer blades in the imaging unit has toner build up on the blades. The more you use a particular color, the more it builds up to the point that it exhibits itself as faded images on the paper.
It can be fixed by replacing the imaging unit for $100+, but it will reappear again after sometime. Or you can fix the problem yourself and save yourself $100. You will need to open the imaging unit and clean the blades. I have a description on how to do this in my tips section. Or your can click on this link, http://www.fixya.com/support/r4120906-clean_developer_blades_samsung_clp_300. Hopes this helps you.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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