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Print is missing along a one inch width patch for the entire lengh of mdocument

1) Print is missing along a 'one inch' width patch for the entire lengh of document. A white patch is appearing on the document due to non-printing.

2) After reinstallation of the driver once again, the 'one inch wide white patch' is reduced to 'one straight line of black colour' along the entire length of document

3) Now the problem mentioned at (1) above repeats at a different location of the paper while the line mentined at (1) above remains .

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Re: Print is missing along a one inch width patch for the...

Try a new toner cartridge

if it doesn't fix your problem then you willneed a new fuser
it is probably delaminated

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