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with the black toner showing vertical faded streaks, then the problem is with your developer blades in the imaging unit. This is a common problem with this printer. It can be fixed by replacing the imaging unit, for $100+, but it will eventually come back. Or you can clean the blades yourself with simple household tools. I have written a detailed instructions to help you to clean them yourself. Just click on to this link, http://www.fixya.com/support/r4120906-clean_developer_blades_samsung_clp_300
Hope this helps you.
You might try cleaning all the feed rollers, but you probably need a new drum. When you change that, you should also change the transfer belt and waste toner tank. Actually, it'll be cheaper to buy a new printer.
You can pull out each cartridge and shake it gently
to redistribute the toner. Try a half page test to eliminate the
various stages of the image formation. The timing on this is not easy
but through trial and error it can be helpful.
I've refilled the toner cartridges a few times now and never had a problem with vertical streaks until recently. I refilled both the cyan and magenta and when I ran the test page I had dark vertical streaks on both sides. I fiddled around cleaning things, running cleaning paper through, changing reset resistors but to no avail so eventually decided to buy a replacement refurbished cyan cartridge since the streaks looked mainly blue and bingo... well almost now I just have very light magenta streaks. The issue is obvious when I compared the old and new cartridge, the replacement toner is a much duller cyan and is of the wrong consistency since once it's been in the printer everything gets covered in it which is why I think it causes the banding to occur. I'm just trying to work out now whether to try refilling the magenta again (v. messy) or just go for another refurbished cartridge (£34).
The Black Lines are not due to to toner problem.
The Black lines ate same at the Page Location . If so the Problem may be with Drum Or Charging Unit Or fuser assembly. If the same problem continues Please take out and see the drum do not toch it . (Please Power off the Printer and disconnect all the cables. )
There has probably been spilled some toner inside the printer. You might be able to have it cleaned. It also might just wear off, but that will take some time. If the printer has toner cartridge with a drum inside, changing it might help.