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I have an HP Color LaserJet 2500L.
On the right edge of anything I am printing there is a repeating blob of unfused ink on all of my printouts. This ink is deposited and not fused on to the paper, so it will smear. I tried cleaning out the printer, but it is still happening.
This is happening on color and b & w printouts.
I figured out this problem it may cause; The problem behaves strangely why only on the right section the printout is not fused. The common section I first check is the high voltage circuit causing no static properties the powder shall be fused with the drum's developer. Now, it is clear also that the cause is within the drum. Pls check drum's life by printing the machine diagnostic details to check all moving and consumables counters. Clean the drum by rotating the developer roller. Well see if there's a irregularity of powder distribution. Have a nice day.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
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