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On the printed paper there is a vertical clean line with no ink

The unprinted line is 1/3 from the left hand side

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Hi, probably it's the LSU has dirt sitting on the glass.
Remove All toners, Waste Tank, and OPC. Turn over the printer and you will see a black box with 3 screws secured. Removed the screws and will released the LSU, removed the 2 flex cable and clean the glass surface.

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Http://ebookbrowsee.net/sa/samsung-clp-service-manual#.U06QgFWSxIo
Download the service manual to this printer by the above link. It has all details about the fault and repair procedure.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2014

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SOURCE: Samsung CLP-510 Print Quality problem

The following can cause bands (vertical on a normal page)


Faulty Toner cartridge
Faulty Drum Unit
Faulty Transfer Belt
Contaminated Fuser
Damaged or dirty LSU glass

I've also seen this sort of thing caused by a crusty build-up of toner on a wiiper blade on the Transfer Belt, and or Drum.

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

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SOURCE: black ink smudges for color print mode only, not for grayscale

- Try to reallign the cartridge, run a print test, after that if the issue still persist - uninstall and reinstall software - run test and re-allign again the cardtridge using software. run print test again.

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Printing faint on left hand side of page

I had a similar problem, which I fixed by carefully wiping the drum with a soft tissue.

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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SOURCE: My CLP-350 Samsung printer only prints black ink

Here is my solution, hope it will solve your problem.

From your post, I believe your CLP-350N printer has enough black toner. The black cartridge is on the far right side of the printer, so the black toner is harder to go to left side of the roller than right side. Everytime we start the printer, it will move some toner of each color to the roller before it shows ready to print.

Because we always use B&W printing when we start the printer, but less Color printing. The result is there are always enough toner on the 3 color rollers, but the black toner is lean on the black roller. When this gets worse, the left side of the black roller may hardly get any toner at all -- so it only print black on the right side fo paper.

Step by step solution
(CAUTION: Never loss balance while tilting printer! You may drop and damage your printer! Hold the printer firmly all the time! Ask someone to help you if needed!)

Here, front of the printer is where you can access the cartridge, back of the printer is where you connect the power cord and USB cable, left is your left, right is your right.

1.Lift the front to keep the printer tilt to its back at about 45 degree
2.Power on printer while it's tilted back, wait untill green light is on
3.Open the front door, red light will be on, then close the door, printer will start up again,wait untill green light is on
4.Repeat step 3 once again, then put the printer back to level position
5.Lift the right to keep the printer tilt to its left at about 45 degree
6.Open the front door, red light will be on, then close the door, printer will start up again, wait untill green light is on
7.Repeat step 6 once again, then put the printer back to level position
8.Print some test page to see if there is any improvement of black print quality.(Hold the printer button for 3-5 seconds, it will print the test page.)

You may try several times and print several pages each time before you finally cure the problem.

Good luck! And do it safely!

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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SOURCE: Striped line down right hand side of printout

the drum of the printer may be damaged. check if there's a noticeable line. replace if so

Posted on Jul 27, 2012

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