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Ink not fused onto the paper.

I have just installed a new fuser oil bottle and now, when my print comes out of the printer, it has a stripe vertically where the ink has not fused to the paper.
I can rub it off with my finger.
I did not have this problem until I put a new fuser oil bottle in.

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Re: Ink not fused onto the paper.

There will be a grove in the coating of the upper heater roller in the fuser assembly, inspect the fuser rollers, you should see coating missing.

These fuser are expensive and only have a expected life of 60 000 prints, if machine runs without oil, the coating wears. adding oil has probally lube the roller and released the built up toner that was covering grouve in roller

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Re: Ink not fused onto the paper.

The newer ink is not good try the good cartridge and use company cartridge

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