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The ink easily removed by rubbing

I read many articles that it is the fuser problem. How do I do that? My four friends and cousin have very same problem.

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This can be caused by 3 different things.



  1. Fuser failing to \'fuse\' the toner to the page.



    1. Check Paper Settings make sure they match the paper you are using. Plain Paper is 80gsm standard paper. If they do not match your paper then change the setting to make sure they match and see if the problem persists.


    2. Fuser not operating at the correct temperature for the machine. Replace the fuser. As with any heating element they can fail and this requires a replacement fuser to be procured and put in.




  2. Poor Toner Quality.



    1. If you are using remanufactured products or compatible products these may have been filled with a toner that is not designed for your machine thus not fusing to the page properly. Contact the supplier of your products to have them fix the offending cartridge/s.


    2. If you are using official Brother products then you may have received a bad batch of cartridges. They do happen just not very often. As with any mass produced product a failure rate is factored into the manufacturing and all the random testing in the world won\'t pick up on all issues.




  3. Damp Paper.



    1. Try opening a new ream of paper and see if the problem persists. If it doesn\'t continue using the new paper then look at where you store your paper to alleviate the absorption of moisture from the air. A warm dry place is best to store paper in and always reseal the outer covering of a ream of paper if you don\'t put the full ream into the printer.




Because the same problem is occuring amongst several people I would hazard a guess that you are all using cartridges from the same supplier which would indicate option 2. These problems may just be coincidental however and all 3 things may be happening amongst all your acquaintances.

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