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Sounds like its a magenta drum going bad. It could also be the transfer cleaning blade assembly, or the transfer belt needing replacement. Do you know if any of these items have been replaced. Drums usually last around 40,000 prints. Transfer belts 300,000 and the blade 100,000. Hope this helps.
You need to clean the rollers in the "Internal transfer belt". I'd suggest you contact Canon service, because you could easily break the thin Transfer belt if you do it wrong. Temporary solution is to turn the machine off and then on, following a FULL color calibration.
the cause of the problem is ,the transfer belt is not rotating properly ITB rollers must cleaned throroughly (cleaned by isopropyl alcohol) to prevent slippage of transfer belt that causes mis alignment /misregistration of color,but copying BW is ok,In other words ITB unit needs servicing
you have miss regrestion there are several ways to correct this process 1-go into service mode -function-clear-dc con -ok then take machine off unlug from wall outlet replug turn machine on 2-replace your itb assy. 3-there is another way but you have to be next to the machine and fimilar with second level service mode.
The Intermediate Transfer Belt (ITB) slides out from the right hand side. Open the manual feeder, pull out the right side transport, remove one screw and remove the cover behind the manual feed door, lift the sensor bracket above the transfer belt,lower the handle inside the front cover and pull the ITB straight out the right hand side.
With my experience, it's not the registration nor calibration problem, it's either transfer belt is bad or inside the transfer belt is dirty or dusty as well as transfer rollers. here is what I do first take the transfer belt unit out of the machine, take transfer belt out from the unit, clean inside of transfer belt with damp cloth and rubbing alch. clean all rollers and reinstall. What it is if the transfer belt and transfer rollers are dirty and dusty, it slips and make it like it's not align. I think most of time it fix the problem with my exp. if not replace new transfer belt
this could be two things first, the transfer belt is slipping. It can be cleaned on the inside of the belt and the rubber drive roller. second, the laser units need to be timed, its not hard to do but a service tech will need to do both. it should be running great. the 3200 is a great box