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Our printer is leaving a black line down the printed page, about i-1 1/2 inchs in from the left side of the paper. We tried changing the cartridge, but it didn't help. Any suggestions? It is a 1350W model.

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Try this if u have this printer

You need to have the photosynthetic drum replaced.
That drum is what determines where the toner (think ink) is placed on the paper before the fuser melts it to the paper.
If the drum is old, it will keep previous charges in certain areas that will give you the black lines like you mention.
Once the charge wears off, 10 minutes later, it will no longer transfer that line until it starts to build up a charge again.

or call the company

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