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Its printing patchy and ghosting

Its no longer printing solid colours, its started printing patchy and inconsistent. All the toners and drums have been replaced, could it be the fuser? the machine is 2 years old.

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  • projectflair Nov 20, 2009

    its been serviced twice in two years, will a service fix the fuser?

  • mohamed vyadally May 11, 2010

    possibly how often was it serviced??...replace fuser and see:)

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It will yes. I know with fusers and xerox you can usually reset the fuser. When servicing the machine the techy will do this for you:)

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