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Pale, unreadable print

My Acculasor was bought 2 years ago. It has needed a new photoconductor unit, and I replaced it with a reconditioned one. After two months, my documents are now pale and several vertical white lines appear on the page. Can anyone offer a solution?

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Make a copy and stop it in the middle of the procedure...take out your drum unit and check if all the image is there(on the drum and on your sheet)....if so, put everything back in position and make another copy and this time stop it just before it goes out....if you see your white line there you might have a fuser problem !

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