I Thank you for your prompt response. On further testing with your
suggestions I have noted that the toner buildup appears to be on the
cartridge drum. The plate, lenses and paper paths all appear
functioning well and tested out. I should reiterate that the model of
copier I am working with is a Canon PC-65 (an older small personal
copier) which I could not find on your web site. The toner cartridge is
an A-30-L black. I think what I need to understand is the principle
that is in play that attracts the toner to the drum as this appears to
be what is malfunctioning. When copying, the original will copy and the
large central smudge line appears to overlay the text copy.
Canon older model PC_6RE problem: the third copy and byond, streeks appear on the left side, progreesivly get worse on each additional copy, a wait of about 2,hours, then the 1st copy is clear again, any solution for this?
El problema es que una fuente de luz incide en el tambor fotosensible o este es expuesto a luz fuerte, por eso aparecen manchas, se debe manipular en lugar obscuro y/o buscar la fuente de luz indebida dentro de la maquina, despues de unas horas de reposo dentro de la maquina se restablece la impresion normal.
The canon PC 65 and the Canon PC 11/12 . If the cartridge is printing with a black smudge, then check the cleaning blade located inside the toner cartridge. It the drum is cleaning, then check the fuser roller at the exit of the machine. There is also a place u can get parts for these as well and thier parts is real cheap.
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Regarding your recent inquiry about the Canon 240 (black) or 241 (color) ink cartridge ink alert/error condition and the inability to print to your Canon MX452 printer, to reset the cartridge ink low/empty alert message condition, depending on your printer model, we suggest you follow the documented procedures below and/or provided on Inkjet411 at the following link. http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1765
Essentially, in most cases, all you need to do is press the 'Stop/Reset' button (triangle symbol inside of a circle) for 5-8 seconds and the ink error ("ink has run out", etc.) indicators should extinguish; two common reset procedures are provided below (please refer to both videos): http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1765
If you have already attempted the 5-8 second printer reset without success, then refer to WORST CASE SCENARIO section below.
NOTE 1: Providing you can still print, you will need to wait until the "ink has run out" message appears on your computer, before activating the 'Stop/Resume' button for 5-8 seconds. However, if printing is not permissible, then please keep reading....
NOTE 2: If you are able to print the internal self test print, this will demonstrate that the ink cartridge is 'at least' partially functioning. If this is the case, then we suggest you continue printing until the software prompts you to press the 'Stop/Reset' button for >5 seconds. For poor print quality performance issues (as you indicated in your inquiry), we suggest you run a nozzle/cartridge clean test from your Canon software, followed by printing our 'Ink Recovery Test' print: http://inkjet411.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Test-Print_CMYK.pdf
NOTE: To rule out connectivity issues, please ensure BOTH carriage/flex cables (point where the cartridge connects to carriage inside the printer) and BOTH ink cartridge rear electrical contact surfaces are thoroughly clean before proceeding: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1519
WORST CASE SCENARIO - INTERNAL ELECTRICAL FAILURE OF INK CARTRIDGE:
If, after performing the suggested 'reset' procedures above, you still have an error condition which prohibits computer/host based printing (or permit copy/scan functions), then the ink cartridge probably has internal electrical damage (micro-electronics failure); such a failure is unrelated to the ink cartridge refilling process. Typically, when the cartridge fails the problem is 'masked' by the ink out/empty condition so it can be difficult to distinguish between the two. Many cartridges eventually do encounter problems or failures, especially after their original ink is gone and they are re-used, and this is often unrelated to the refill process (i.e. typically ~2 years from original manufacturing date). Refer to picture at bottom of this page: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=1533
If, following a reset of the printer via the 'Stop/Resume' button, printing is permitted but the 'Ink Low' indicator continues to be lit then one of the inks cartridges may be suffering from marginal internal electrical performance - a potential failure of the cartridge may eventually occur which will prevent printing.
CAUTION: Be advised, the use of Canon compatible/clone cartridges (i.e. sold thru the internet from overseas) are known to be problematic and may cause printer errors and/or permanent PRINTHEAD failures (due to incompatible ink formulations which may contain volatile organic compounds, or VOCs). We do NOT suggest refilling these types of ink cartridges.....refilling of Canon original/genuine ink cartridges is only suggested!
If you do need to purchase a new ink cartridge (to save on ink costs), we suggest you try a USA remanufactured ink cartridge from http://www.inkplicity.com/ as their ink cartridges typically have the lowest cost in the USA, have a high reliability rating and come with a 1-year warranty.
Alternatively, if you are interested in the top 'refill friendly inkjet printer models', our suggested list is posted on-line and our internal labs have verified there are no issues (in ink compatibility or color output) with all of these models: http://inkjet411.com/?page_id=3585
Please let us know if you have any questions regarding the technical information provided above by sending an e-mail to us directly: Inkjet411help@gmail.com
Open up the machine and remove the toner cartridge. Keeping the cartridge somewhat level, simply shake it from side to side to re-distribute the toner inside the cartridge. Re-install the cartridge and test. Keep in mind if this solves the issue then your toner cartridge may be getting low on toner.
This will resolve this issue 90% or more of the time.
Good Luck and Thank You for using Fixya.
Open front cover, realese the blue toner handle, pull out toner unit, put toner crg. on top toner unit, so that arrow poits to copier. Press it and then will pop out tape wich you pull out, not to the end, when it does not go further it is OK, push back the plastic cover that got out, this will realese toner crg.Remove empty toner crg, push back toner unit and lift handle.
NOTE: when toner is empty machine guides you how to change toner on lcd display, you just need to look and press next.
Hi,i'll suggest you check the quantity of toner remaining in the printer,perhaps the toner is insufficient,if this is not the case,i'll suggest you check the printer catridges,probably they need to be replaced.
If after these solution the problem persists,i'll suggest you contact the nearest printer technician for further diagnosis and assistance.
Thanks amd take care
Have you changed the drum unit recently or emptied out the waste toner in the drum unit? If not try to empty the waste toner and clean the area that is right under the drum unit... * Note* do not wear any thing white... Toner can make a vey big mess...