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HP 2600n prints some blue vertical lines

Hello, our HP 2600n prints some blue vertical lines over the printed document. The lines goes from the beginning of the paper to the end and the pattern is not always the same but the lines are almost in the same position horizontally over the document.
If one opens the door of the printer, the black acetate has this lines too.

What could be happening?

Thank you very much for your answer and support.

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  • Daniel Giraldo Jun 23, 2009

    Thanks for your answer, so I understand that it could be a problem with the black acetate. So the only way to fix it is changing that thing?


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1 of 2 things: First, check yuor Cyan cartridge and make sure that it is not leaking. It may have a bad seal. If you replace it with a known good toner, the imaging unit (the black acetate thing) will need to be replaced. This is also a consumable unit.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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    Wiired Jun 23, 2009

    As I stated, you could just have a leaking toner, so i would try changing that out first. If it no onger leaking, the leftover cyan on the imaging drum will wear off in a few dozen pages. If it does not go away, thats when you replace the imaging drum.

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