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Black marks along the edge of paper

I have gone through all the maintenance steps and I'm still getting black marks along the right side of the paper.

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  • Binesh Ellupurayil Balachandran

    the ink has splilled out of the catridge check



    check the starting of the black mark

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There is probably ink on the rollers. get some paper and just keep feeding it till the black marks stop. and RECYCLE the paper that you fed. DO NOT throw it out

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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