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Cyan toner misalignment

Cyan toner prints about 1/8th inch off

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    The printer is using the cyan toner in stead of the black toner in the print

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That is an issue called a regicon adjustment that is off.
You really have to have a laptop hooked up and the regicon set up. May need the laser kicked a few knotches to get it back in alignment.
The setup itself tells you how many clicks to move the laser.

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