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Ghosting With a Brother 5350 & a 5370 DW we are printing on a laset suitable acetate textile, which is flat as paper and is pretreated to accept toner from a laser printer. But now when I feed several pages throuh I get some sort of a ghosting image on the prints. The distance between the original text and the gosting text is : 7,38 cm (2,91 Inch). I have also tested this material in several other laser printers, HP4500, HP2500, OKI 6250, there the problem does not occur...

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sounds like a bad drumbur also can be caused by a defective fuser.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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You have a bad drum. Return the drum for a replacement and you should be good to go.

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A fuser image should only be about 1 1/2 inches away, 3 inches sounds like a drum problem.

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I would uninstall and reinstall the driver:

http://my.okidata.com/oki-faq.nsf/FAQCentral/77AE0D0F5AEA7EDD85257666004F56C7?OpenDocument

Posted on Jul 20, 2010

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