Question about SAMSUNG CLX-3185FW COL LASER MFC Projector Screen
Hi, I've recently returned home to Australia from the UK and when I purchased replacement toner for my UK printer it tells me that it is not compatible. I now understand the region specifics of toner! My question is as follows, are there any workarounds that will mean that I can use the printer here or am I best to throw it out and buy an Aussie equivalent. Please bear in mind that this was over 300 pounds when new less than 2 years ago and is a good multi-function. I'm reasonably technical and open to all suggestions. cheers.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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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if you installate the printer you will find the Samsung (Blue) Logo with one watch in your taskbar on the bottem of your screen, double click on this icon, in the new windo click on Printer Setting then on color now you see an buttom "Color Adjustment" click on it, in the new window you can adjust your color via a slitswich for each color, try how you like your printout best.
Posted on May 11, 2011
There might be a problem with the paper sensor. Check the rear portion of the printer where you get the paper out try to open the back of the printer and check if the sensor is working well. Usually it will be stuck and need to be released. And if you can just give a little bang on the back of the printer this may cause the sensor to trip and start working.
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Posted on Jun 29, 2011
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