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Faded print paper

No black print in the middle of the paper.

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If you can digitally realign the unit as directed by the copier computer.

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Faded print on right side of page. When I copy/print in black, why is the black print faded on the right side of the paper?


Your toner cartridge may be the culprit.
Take the cartridge out and shake sideways and up/down. Reinstall it and try again.
If it's still printing faded side, replace the cartridge.

Jul 30, 2014 | Brother MFC-9840CDW Laser Printer

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Why do I have white / faded print when printing black? It also has problems printing straight lines - sometimes jagged sometimes just faded.


I do not know for sure but it sounds like the paper is not griped properly, this would cause the jagged lines. I would try another ink cart when the loose paper problem is resolved. I hope this helps.

Jul 23, 2014 | United Stationers HP Officejet Pro 8600dn...

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I have a HP 7590 printer and it sometimes skips line or some of the lines are faded when printing black .


Perform the following steps to reduce or eliminate faded or grainy lines:
  1. Print at a higher quality setting.
  2. Verify that the paper you are printing on will lay flat. Paper that is not laying flat can cause banding when the paper transitions over the rollers or cause the print cartridges to scrape across the surface of the page. Check the top sheet of paper by removing it from the all-in-one and placing it on a flat surface. If the paper does not lie flat, bend it in the opposite direction to straighten it. Figure 3: Faded or grainy bands in print caused by paper that is not flatc00178858.gif 1 - Faded or grainy bands due to roller transition with paper that is not flat. 2 - Faded or grainy bands due to print cartridge scrape on paper that is not flat

Jan 06, 2011 | HP Officejet Pro L7590 All-in-One InkJet...

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Black prints 1" either side of page. middle fades to nothing.


clean the paper path rollers. usually if toner cartridges are refilled type they are overfull and spill toner on paper path.

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May 13, 2010 | Ricoh Aficio CL3500N Laser Printer

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Printing in black is not the same shade through out the paper


This is a very common problem with the Samsung CLP 300 and CLX 3160 printers. What happens is that the toner or developer blades become coated with toner. The developer blades meter the amount of toner that the printer uses to make the image on the paper. When the blade become blocked, the image become faint. To fix this problem, you and either replace the imaging unit for about $100 or you can clean the blades yourself. I have posted instructions how to clean them on my Tips section.

Jan 26, 2010 | Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer

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While printing in black middle of page fades out both sides of the page print well. this is about a 1 inch fade out in middle of page.


Replace the drum of the particlular color cartridges. To know which color you have to print in single color one by one. If problem persist then replace transfer belt .

Jan 05, 2010 | Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer

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Hi when printing black or grey outside edges


sounds like your black toner cartridge is getting low or not filled evenly. To fix this until it get a bit lower on toner just take the cartridge out and holding it up right give it a few shakes side to side. The will spread the toner power out inside and you should be printing normally again.

This can also happen if you moved or bumped the printer. Usually you only see this when the toner is low or after you print a lot of pages. Most text is in the mid of the paper so thats where the toner get s used the most.

Oct 23, 2009 | Samsung CLP-350N Laser Printer

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Black colour prints faded


Have you adjusted the settings on the machine and in the driver to heavy stock? That will make a difference in the transfer of the image adn the fusing.
Telling the machine you are printing onto heavier stock makes a differenec. if this is a print job, it will have to be changed on the machine and in the print driver. The machine will ask you to confirm the paper settings when you add paper.
You have to select the paper type in the driver.

Mar 17, 2008 | Xerox DocuColor 12 Printer

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Not printing/ faded printing on middle of page


The HP site suggests replacing the toner cartridge.
This is an excellent, by the way, which has very good troubleshooting ditections
www.hp.com

Oct 11, 2007 | HP LaserJet 1020 Printer

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