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Re: Sharp AL 1655CS Grayscale Copier prints with black...
Lines on copies can come from the optict area, charge grid and comb or the fusing roller. Stop the copy halfway through the cycle and see where the line starts to appear. If you see it as much as you do the rest of the print, it is either optical or in the drum charge unit.
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This is a good one you may need to get it serviced.
The toner is held to the drum by static which rolls the toner onto the paper and seals the deal you may have a bunk drum, Validate your warranty and check for a service center.
you will require to check several things like ink toners alignments and settings try resetting the wholesystem. top of all there may be some software problem try reinstalling the softwares if it is connected to computer
The black dust is toner. Be carful as it is carcenagenic (dont get it on your skin) you will need to dispose of the leaking toner cartridge and get a new one. also you will need to clean the printer very carfully to get rid of the spilt toner. A combination of spray duster and a toner hoover are the best way. do not use a normal hoover as you will kill it.
It is always possible that you have done serious damage to the printer using a non standard toner cartridge. I would recomend getting a qualified person to give the printer a good service.
I am unsure of one thing in this post, Is the new toner cartridge still spilling out ink and developer?
Now, from there, you need to get a vacuum with a crevice tool and vacuum the inside of the machine very well. There are ridges and stablizer brackets formed into the frame that the toner and developer fall into and sift out onto the paper.
If your cartridge is still dumping the developer and ink from the same end, I highly suspect the machine is not level from front to back and as the machine runs the toner and developer are moving to that end of the cartridge. Once that happens that cartridge will spill the contents out into the machine.
A thorough cleaning is needed, and even at that, it may take some time for all of the contamination to run itself out. It is difficult to remove all of it.
1. Check the toner cartridge and be sure nothing is blocking the ink flow.
2. The drum cartrudge may also have something on it blocking the laser light from getting to it.
3. There may be something in the laser window blocking part of the light path.
4 Something in the scanner blocking the image.
5. A defective scanner, yes even if new.