Question about Brother Office Equipment & Supplies
There are so many possibilities due to which you may get horizontal lines while printing. Please check these one by one---
1. The corona wire in the cartridge may need cleaning, although the one in the printer is usually at fault. The corona wire can be reached through the top front slot of the cartridge. Use a Q-Tip.
2. PCR (charge roller) is loose or defective in cartridge or defective toner bin. Change the cartridge as it will get worse.
3. The moisture content of the paper could be too high. Store paper in a temperature controlled area.
4. The transfer roller could be going bad. This is the spongy feeding roller in your printer which is right under the cartridge head when you put it in your printer. You can replace the roller yourself, for under $20.00.
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Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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