Question about Canon FAXPHONE L80 Laser
It's actually heat and pressure, that 'melts" the toner to the page, and what is happening in your case, is that the pressure roller is worn out, so you're not getting the contact between the heat and pressure rollers necessary to properly adhere the toner. This will require a service tech should you want to spend the money to repair it.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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