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I am getting a blue deposit on the back of the printed copy down one side. It is obviously from the cyan toner and the copy feels "gritty" on the back. The printer is KYOCERA C750

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HI,

The ink must be leaking from cartridge.Remove it and try to clean it with a piece of paper or any cloth or replace it with a new one.
I'll let you know if there is any manual available online for your model.

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Hmmm its sound some of your ink toner is leaking.
Please clean the potion where toner seats. after try to print.
If still no luck, then clean and use another toner, it will fix your problem.
For cleaning see your manual plz

Thanks.
Iqbal

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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