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Not getting dry prints using canon 3300 xerox machine

The print that i'm getting using canon 3300 xerox machine is not dry completely.plzz suggest some way to correct it...

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1) is it canon ir 3300 machine?
2) if it is what does it mean NOT DRY completely?
#) My ques is that you need to eplace fixing film

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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