Question about Epson EPL-N3000 Laser Printer
Replaced fuser and toner units now only prints totally black pages
Printing on a laser printer has 3 steps:
1. electro-statically charging the "drum", at various tiny "pixels",
to identify where the toner-powder should be placed.
2. feeding toner-powder onto the charged drum.
3. making the fuser produce heat to "bake" the ink onto the printer.
So, a failing unit or failing electronics would "charge" *ALL* of the drum,
thus putting black ink EVERYWHERE onto the page.
Take the printer to a qualified technician.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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