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I have a Dell 3010cn laser printer and picture prints come out with short and long streaks down the page. They are vertical only streaks, some short and some long. It has new toners in so it isn't a lack of ink problem. It looks like there could be something on teh rollers maybe? Can you help? Thank you
Vertical lines on prints usually means either the drum's cleaning blade is not cleaning the drum (or the drum is damaged) or the fuser is scored. scored means that the protective coating on the fuser rollers is damaged. I would check the rollers on the fuser (the hot part of the printer right near the paper exit) for any lines on it, if you look at your prints, you should see them in the same location on the fuser. if you do not see any lines on the fuser rollers, then replace the drum.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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