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Drum issue There is cyan bleed on top of paper after 4 to 5 prints. The bleed on the top of the prints get worse after each print and there is a blue line about 1" thick on top. Were told that it was a drumb problem. Should we change it ourself or we need a technician assintant?

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Try another cyan toner cartridge, If you are using compatiables it my be defective.

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