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Re: problem with copier
Drum blade worn out, dirty carona/charge roller or damaged upper heat roller are the main probabilities, Not sure what you mean by platen on a copier, What colour are the steaks? Are they always the same? Do they move? Are you using a doc feeder or placing on copyglass? Are the streaks traveling in the same direction as the paper or across it? These answers will point the way to identifi your problem.
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Throwing the machine away is the best recommendation. You have a bad drum/developer that is leaking some toner. Could be a bad cleaner blade for streaks on the front; fallen toner for streaks on the back. Careful cleaning, replace transfer roller. First, check the condition of the fuser assembly. If the soft roller is bad it will leave toner buildup on the teflon roller, and vice-versa. Start there.
This means that teflon is wearing off of the Fuser Roller. It collects toner and then tracks it back on everu copy. It needs to be changed out by a trained tech.
The other thing that can cause this is a bad drum. Both about $200 I believe.
Checking the paper path for ink deposits might be the solution. I had a similar problem sometime ago, where the fuser got some scratch damage for unknown reasons and i suppose was causing unfused ink to accumulate after the fuser, leaving streaks on paper.
Try to print something, if there is any streaks?If no the problem is in copy glass (dadf or platen glass).
If there is streaks on print also,it could be the drum unit ( pull the drum unit out and see if on drum surface is any black streaks), fixing film is worn out, and in the worst case you have problem with toner unit ( on toner unit you have current leackage ) and you need (in best case) clean the contacts on toner unit, and in more expencive case tochange the toner unit.
hello,first of all,make a copy true the adf,and the next on the platen glass,if both copys are good,then the problem is inside the machine,i.e.drum unit or fuser roller damage.
if the strikes only occurs,by using the adf,then cleaning the scanner platen glass,it is the small glass unit!!! on the left side,from the big platen glass..