Question about Canon PC-D320 Copier
Sounds like your drum cartridge might be bad.
Something you can try that might narrow down the problem is to make a copy of something and shut the copier OFF in mid copy.
(Basically, when the light is about 1/2 way finished scanning.)
Then, open the machine up and removed the jammed paper which should be 1/2 way through your machine and hopefully about 1/2 way under the drum/toner cartridge unit.
See how the copy looks at that point. **** FYI **** The toner on the paper is NOT FUSED so it will RUB OFF. Keep the paper away from your clothes and toss it.
IF your copy has smudges on it, then there is a real good chance that your drum unit is bad and needs to replaced.
If the copy looks good, then there is a possibility that the fuser unit is bad and needs to be repaired.
I would say that your drum unit is bad with my experience with Canon Copier.
If you still have more questions, feel free to ask.
Have a good day.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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