Question about Xerox DocuColor 12 Printer
HI, MY DC12 PRINT BAD WHEN I PRINT RED OR MAGENTA, ONE SIDE IS GOOD, BUT IN THE OTHER SIDE IT LOOKS CLOUDY AND RED COLOR LOOKS LIKR ORANGE. ANYBODY KNOW WHY? THANKS.
Well I notice on the copier itself there is a heavyweight side 2 and extraheavyweight side 2 option. I ran some card manually from the glass, and it was fine on the second side using those options. The problem is this option doesn't exist when you run from the server. A huge oversight on xerox's part I guess.
The quality is much better when you run an original from the computer. Kind of upsetting.......
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
How do you access developer housing?
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
I one side is good and the other is not ok, the problem maybe in the fuser unit
you must chose heavy eight, not proper pressure on the heat rolls will cause this colour errors that you are descriving.
another solutiuon is to increase the pressure on the fuser rolls, one turn one each side of the screws clock wise.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
My first suggestion would be to change the copy/[rint cartridge.
After that, I would suspect the magenta developer housing is a problem.
That would require a service call to resolve.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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