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I have changed the printer cartridge three times. The first two cartridges produces totally black copies; the third one has black horizontal thick lines across the page??? H E L P !

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It is may be Problem with printer Fuser.
1.Confirm there is no paper pieces in backside fuser unit.if yes remove the printer cover take out the fuser unit and remove the paper pieces.
2.if there is no paper pieces you must replace
fuser unit Teflon or entire fuser unit. ordinary teflon costs about Rs300.(6 dollars)

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