Question about The Office Equipment & Supplies
Can anyone explain to me when copied there is a faded area on the copied paper? What is the problem here? is there anything I can fixed? and How?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try cleaning printhead (google it you find it) make sure you attempt cleaning with Windex ammonia D (overnight solution)
If not you may have to replace Printhead (Plastic Box, cartridges snap into) sometimes the resistor will burn out.
1-800-828-4040 (Direct from Canon $31 + shipping)
If that doesn''t work contact www.usa.canon.com and find authorized printer repair. location. I am having same problem!!!
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
Open the front of the fax machine. Then pull down the the tray that has the down arrow imprinted on it. Locate the glass strip towards the back, just behind the center roller. Use a cloth and rubbing alcohol to clean the glass and that should remove the black line.
Posted on May 27, 2009
it may have had a dirt inside that may have been causing the lines. try cleaning with a soft dry cloth then try to print. reseat first the toner before you clean or wipe with a soft cloth
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
I realise this is probably too late for you Janet and you will have bought a new drum unit by now or replaced the printer! The three lines appeared on my print-out from a new drum I installed and after investigation it transpired that there was some toner residue that had dried on the drum (from testing at manufacture stage probably) and reprinted three bold lines on a sheet of A4. The solution is to use a soft piece of cloth and rub the lines off the drum through the gap at the front of the drum unit. The drum can be rotated by turning the gear cog on the side, then once the reside has been removed from the drum and it is clean, the lines will have disappeared. I wouldn't use any solution on the drum, just gentle rubbing should suffice.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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