Question about HP LaserJet 4700 Printer
When this first appeared - the cyan toner started dropping 'dots/spots" on the pages on the right hand side, then the magenta, then yellow and finally black. we replaced all 4 toners, the transfer kit and the fuser. after 4 days of printing - the brand new cyan has started doing the same thing. what else could be wrong?? any other parts that could be or needed to be changed out.?
High Voltage Board. The high voltage board is responsible for delivering the static charges which perform two functions within most laser printers: 1) Causes the toner to move from the drum surface to the surface of the intermediate transfer belt(ITB). 2) Causes the toner to move from the surface of the ITB to the paper.
In the CLJ 4700, there is an Electrostatic Transfer Belt instead of an Intermediate Transfer Belt. This simplifies the process by one step, because with an ETB, the paper rides on the belt, instead of having a separate transport path. HVB is still responsible for the colors transferring on to the paper from each drum, and it's literally the only thing left which can still cause copy quality issues if you've already replaced all four drums, the belt, and the fuser.
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