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Down the left side of page has a lot of noise or lines and as it progresses to the right side it tends to deminish some.

  1. Noise in picture - Whats causing this? We have replaced all the consumables.

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  • Anonymous Nov 14, 2007

    I have had this same problem on one CL4000DN where I have replaced the transfer belt, the toner & drums or imagers and regardless of what color is printing the distorted image you see in the picture shown will show in the same color. It doesn't show in another CL4000DN using the same supplies as this one. I'm assuming it could be a power supply issue with a charge problem possibly. Do you have any feed back on this issue?

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  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2008

    I have the same problem ... have you been able to find a solution?

  • kerrieboys Nov 12, 2008

    I am having the same problem. Left side full color streaks top to bottom of page. Help? We replaced toners.

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First remove the blade and also waist toner and fix the drum then pour bit face powder or toner powder on to the drum and rotate to both the sides later it will get ok... or to contact www.inkworld.in / mailroom@inkworld.in

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I dont think it is noise more like a blade not cleaning.

You say you have replaced everything, I would think the was from Ricoh 402322 - Laser Printer Transfer Unit or
one or two of the drums (black and cyan) have these been replaced or have you just replaced toners.

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