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The pages have what seems to be a toner dump on the right side of the page. I was thinking the fuser might needs replaced. The problem happens with HP and generic cartridges. Am I on track?

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SOURCE: three broken horizontal lines across all printed pages

I can see a couple of possibilities here. One: The cleaning blade for the drum could be damaged and not all of the toner is being cleaned off of the drum between pages. Two: The drum could be damaged and the damaged parts of the drum are not accepting the changes generated by the laser. I don't think you have a fuser problem because if it were that, the toner would probably smear when you touch it. Typically, I would say it is the toner cartridge but you replaced it and still got the same problem. I would inspect the drum cleaning blade first. That would be the most cost effective first option. Hope this helps. Good luck.

Posted on Jun 21, 2007

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SOURCE: toner all over the page with bubles

REPLACE THAT BAD RECYCLED TONER CARTRIDGE

Posted on Jun 24, 2008

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SOURCE: HP Laserjet 5P shading edges of page

This is probably due to a defective cartridge, Charge Roller or Transfer roller.

Check the cartridge for a band of toner still on the drum.

Check the Charge roller for oil or smudges, this roller should be a lighter color and should be relatively free of toner or marks.

Same as the Transfer Roll, which will be dark, though excess toner should be evident.

A relatively smooth straight line is generally the cartridge.

A rather wavey or broken line is most likely the rollers.

You can however attempt to print a large amount of pages (25-50) in an attempt to clean the parts, however if either part is defective they will need to be replaced and no manner of printing will clean them.


Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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SOURCE: HP 4550 Color Laser jet reports no "errors" yet does not print

HP 4550 Color Laserjet Printer - Blank or white pages :

01. Your software application is sending an extra page-eject command.

02. Check the software’s printing configuration information. There is a problem with the network configuration.

03. Some sharing devices on networks may generate a blank page as a separator.

04. Check with the network administrator.

05. The printer may be feeding two or more pages at once because the paper is difficult to separate.

06. The sealing tape has been left in the toner cartridge.

07. The toner cartridge is empty or defective.

08. The laser scanner door does not open properly.

09. Remove and reseat the toner cartridge.

10. Check the laser scanner shutter door for proper operation.

11. The toner cartridge guide is damaged,
improperly positioned, or missing.

12. There is no transfer roller voltage.

13. Perform the Half Self-Test Functional Check to check all other electrophotographic processes.

14. Replace the transfer roller if necessary.

15. The high-voltage connectors are mounted on the high-voltage power supply (HVPS) PCA and protrude into the toner cartridge cavity.

16. Check the springs for functionality. Clean if dirty; replace if defective or missing.
The HVPS PCA is defective.

17.The DC controller PCA is defecti  There is no drum ground path.

18 Check the drum ground.

19. The laser scanner cable assembly is defective
.
20 The page length and margins are not set correctly for the paper size. Verify that the ribbon connector at J1307 of the HVPS is
properly seated.

21. If the HVPS has been removed recently, verify that the ribbon connector from the DC controller PCA to the HVPS is properly
seated at both ends..

22. Verify that the photoconductive drum is rotating properly. Perform is the drum diagnostic test to visually observe if the drum is rotating.
23. OR using a felt-tipped marker place an index mark on the edge of the drum outside the image area. Turn on the printer (wait for
drum rotation to occur), and then look to see if the drum has
24. moved. If the drum has not moved, investigate the mechanical
and electrical drum rotation circuitry and movement mechanisms.

25. The imaging drum shutter may not be retracting. Replace the imaging drum.

26. Lst but not the least, please fry to have the Printer int the Setcie

27. Use only HP Authorized Genuine catridges only


Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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SOURCE: HP LaserJet 5550 Dumping Excess Toner...

Are you using HP toner?
Pull out the cartridges and vacuum out the printer. Get a compressor or canned air and blow the printer out. Vacuum again,
Install HP toner and try printing again.

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I think i have a fuser error. When I print something the right side of the paper is very light in color. If I print multiple pages, it gets lighter by every page.


Put paper in the manual feed tray. Print. When the page gets half way into the printer, open the cover. Remove the toner. Look down at the paper. Is the right side lighter than the left? If yes, replace the toner cartridge. I don't believe that a fuser could cause your problem.

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Fuser seems to be intermittant near center of page


you problem is in the fuser assy. just replace if you have spare.. the problem is that the plastic hinge on your fuser assy roller that is use to control the gap of the rolle.. it is allready worn out the parts allready slips on the plastic hinge, intermitent problem occur of fuse and un fuse print out

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RICOH 1224C COPIES ARE SMEARED


Smeared output can also result when you refeed a printed page into the printer to make a double-sided page. This happens because the rubber rollers that grip the paper to pull it into the printer can pick up toner from the first side’s printing and smear it. So before replacing this is an easy thing to check. Printing multiple pages consecutively will make the pages print progressively cleaner.

Smeared toner also happens because the nonstick coating on the fusing roller is scratched or has baked-on debris. This can happen if the printer is in a dirty environment especially. If you are comfortable removing the fuser, you can try to clean it with a soft cloth and alcohol, but make sure you let it cool down first!

If this does not resolve your issue then make sure the fuser is heating; if not, the thermostat is bad and you will most likely need to replace the entire fuser assembly. This will be pretty expensive to repair so hopefully it's one of those other issues.

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My printer worked very well until I changed the toner. I see dust around the back toner. I brought the generic toner. The store manager said that was the problem. Then I brought new HP toner. It is the...


Smeared output can result when you refeed a printed page into the printer to make a double-sided page. This happens because the rubber rollers that grip the paper to pull it into the printer can pick up toner from the first side’s printing and smear it. So before replacing parts, this is an easy thing to check. Printing multiple pages consecutively will make the pages print progressively cleaner or you can clean the rollers with rubbing alcohol.

Smeared toner also happens because the nonstick coating on the fusing roller is scratched or has baked-on debris. This can happen if the printer is in a dirty environment especially. If you are comfortable removing the fuser, you can try to clean it with a soft cloth and alcohol, but make sure you let it cool down first!

Finally, if this does not resolve your issue then make sure the fuser is heating; toner that is not heated properly will fall from the page and smear. If the thermostat is bad or the fuser not working properly, you will most likely need to replace the entire fuser assembly. This will be pretty expensive to repair so hopefully it's one of those other issues.

Apr 08, 2010 | HP Hewlett Packard LaserJet 2605dn Printer

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When documents print out, one side of the copy is smeared. We cleared out a paper jam and I think part of the lining of the roller came off.


Smeared output can result when you refeed a printed page into the printer to make a double-sided page. This happens because the rubber rollers that grip the paper to pull it into the printer can pick up toner from the first side’s printing and smear it. So before replacing parts, this is an easy thing to check. Printing multiple pages consecutively will make the pages print progressively cleaner or you can clean the rollers with rubbing alcohol.

Smeared toner also happens because the nonstick coating on the fusing roller is scratched or has baked-on debris. This can happen if the printer is in a dirty environment especially. If you are comfortable removing the fuser, you can try to clean it with a soft cloth and alcohol, but make sure you let it cool down first!

Finally, if this does not resolve your issue then make sure the fuser is heating; toner that is not heated properly will fall from the page and smear. If the thermostat is bad or the fuser not working properly, you will most likely need to replace the entire fuser assembly. This will be pretty expensive to repair so hopefully it's one of those other issues.

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Dark lines appear on each page I print on the printer. I have cleaned every roller, dumped the old toner and added new toner.


Are the lines vertical or horizontal?

vertical lines can be caused by several things.
Since you said that cleaned the rollers, then here are other options
1: Most common is a bad toner cartridge.
2: try cleaning the fuser entrance guide.
3: could be a defective formatter - formatter replacement the fix.
4: worn fuser. fuser replacement is the fix.

horizontal lines are probably repetitive down the page, and are usually caused by a defective toner cartridge or fuser assembly. occasionaly a transfer roller will cause it as well.

Toner loves to get baked onto the fuser and cause all kinds of print problems. Not much you can do but to replace the fuser when this happens.

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HP LaserJet 5550 Dumping Excess Toner...


Are you using HP toner?
Pull out the cartridges and vacuum out the printer. Get a compressor or canned air and blow the printer out. Vacuum again,
Install HP toner and try printing again.

Mar 12, 2009 | HP LaserJet 5500 Printer

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Two black dots on right side of page


Are the marks in the same exact spot on each page? If not and you have changed the toner cartridge then most likely the fuser assembly needs to be replaced. This is a job I recommend for a professional.
Good Luck
John

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Smudge marks on paper; otherwise normal


fuser is usually replaced as a assembly, it's the hot bit a back.

Can only be two things the drum or the fuser as our headstrong friend has correctly explained.

More than likely it is the drum they last about 4 toners i think.

Learn the art of getting a page to stop halfway threw printing, you want to stop the page after the drum has put a image on the paper but before paper has gone threw the fuser (hotbit).

Once you have mastered the position correctly by stopping the printing by opening the door and removing drum/toner cartridge, to reveal the paper that is printed but can be rubbed off, we will know if marks are coming from the drum (you will see them) or from the fuser, if print is fine

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