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We had a paper jam a month ago that we had to tear the paper out. we think that a small peice of paper is in there somewhere as anytime we print something there is a small triangle that shows up about 5 times on the paper. any ideas how to remove the piece of paper> can we pop the top off? we have replaced all the cartidges so we know it isn't that.

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  • jeaniemac Apr 29, 2008

    There is a faded black mark appearing on the paper (sort of heart shaped). It apears about every 75 mm. I cannot find any problem on the exterior of the black toner cartridge.

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Your teflon sleve triangle cut
replace fuser teflon sleeve

Posted on Feb 28, 2008

  • Harshad Patel
    Harshad Patel Feb 28, 2008

    rub that area of triangle cut if black powder remove in particular

    area . so confirm that your teflon sleeve cut

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