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Now you can do a full auto gradation under the additional functions button. just follow the instructions as you run it they are self explantory.

though my experience from working on them it is never that simple. there is so much involoved on the inside of this machine that will wear the toner starter out, the developers go bad, cleaning blades and several other factors all effect the color of this particular machine.

so start with the auto gradation and if that doesn't help then i would suggest getting a tech familure with that machine to come and fix it for you.

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

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