Question about Xerox Phaser 6250DP Laser Printer
The black toner may be packed into the cartridge. Take it out, beat it around a little to knock it loose, and reinstall it. It's possible that the supply auger in the cartridge is broken, causing inconsistent supply of toner to print engine. If beating it around doesn't bring you satisfaction, try to get it replaced by the vendor. If it's genuine Xerox, that shouldn't be too much trouble.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
I bet you used a Generic toner (Mediaq Science?)
this will contaminate the developer and cause poor prints. Vacuum, Replace developer, replace toner (Xerox Brand). Good to go.
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