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My CLP 610 has started creasing paper. Diagonal lines in a band, between 3 and 8 cms from left edge, down each page

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With other laser printer that problem would be attributed to the drum being faulty. Your model of printer has the toner and drum built into one unit - the "cartridge". You can try a different cartridge and see if that changes your printing results. Another reason, which is less likely, but still possible it that your fuser film sleeve need to be changed. The fuser film is located deep within your printer and requires a technician to replace it. Regards, Babb

Posted on Apr 23, 2007

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First thing to check is try it with a fresh unopened ream of quality paper, paper with too much moisture content, drys out and goes wavy when it runs threw the fuser roller at rear (180 deg), otherwise it will be the fuser rollers themselves causing your problem, which means that you need to replace fuser assy

Posted on Dec 05, 2007

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change toner cartridge will be OK!

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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"MP tray" refers to the manual paper tray. This is the common setting for most word processors whenever printing media other than paper. This message will come not only for labels, but for transparencies, card stock, envelopes, etc. The reason for this is that the manual paper tray is designed to provide a straighter paper path that helps preventing your labels from peeling inside the unit. Therefore, I do not recommend placing them in the regular paper tray. Take note that you should also check that the labels purchased specify they are meant for laser printer or copier. Regular labels, or labels designed for inkjet printers will surely come off inside your printer and cause damage that the warranty will not cover.

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Crease in paper when printing


Your information is a bit limited but we'll try anyway.
If the crease is a corner fold or a pressure line down the page, it will often be caused by something in the paper feed path close to the main drive bar in an inkjet or near the fuser in a laser printer. Have a look at the leading edge of the paper as it exits the printer for a nick or mark that may give a clue where to start looking. If there is a fold or crumple line down the length of the page, look at the paper pick up mechanism in an inkjet (usually the paper tray is a good start) or if it is a laser printer you should remove the fuser and check the fuser sleeve and pressure rollers. If you could let me know what the machine is and where the crease is I may be able to give better advice.

Jul 09, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Instructions were great and this cured the white line problem. However I now...


If your printer prints like this:
87192f1.jpgThis is because the developer blade for the black toner needs to be cleaned. The developer blade meters the right amount of toner that is deposited onto the drum which ultimately end up on the paper to create the image. What happens is over time, as the printer is being used, toner starts to build up a film on to the developer blade. This film get thicker and thicker reducing the amount of toner from the developer. When this occurs, the image on the paper will look faint show vertical white streaks. This can occur on any or all of the four toner developers in the imaging unit. Below describes how you can clean the developer blade.
  1. Open front panel.
  2. Remove the imaging unit by pulling green tab.
  3. Cover the green imaging drum with a towel.
  4. Remove screw from the left arm, it is located on the top left of the drum.b931d8c.jpg
  5. Remove the waste toner tank.
  6. Remove screw on right side attached to the waste toner sump arm. 9cc6cc9.jpg
  7. Pull the sump arm to the right and upwards to dislodge it.
  8. Pull the left arm away from the developer section. The arm is recessed into the developer section and will require some force to unseat it.
  9. With both arms free, pull the drum back to separate the drum from the developers. Do this carefully, there is a spring that sits on top of the yellow developer that may fly off.
  10. The drum is connected to the developer assembly with some wires on the lower left side. Swing the drum to the left carefully to avoid damaging the wires.233e6b6.jpg
  11. With the drum out of the way, side each developer cartridge out for cleaning. Don’t tip the developer cartridge hole down, since this will allow toner to spill out.0b1b92d.jpg
  12. The developers are cleaned using the same process. Remove the 5 screws that hold the plate down. Two screws hold a z shaped plates, remove them with the screws.
  13. When the screws are removed, lift the plate up and flip it upside down to expose the developer blade.
  14. The bottom side of the plate is the developer blade. It is the part of the plate that touches the developer roller. The developer blade is a thin metal strip with a 90 degree bend. It is the outside corner of this bend is where the toner builds up preventing toner to reach the image on the paper. By using a cleaning tool such as a knife or one of the z shaped plates, very very gently scrape the developer blade from one side to the other. Then change the angle that you hold your tool to get the blade edge clean. You will need several passes with your tool to ensure that the entire edge of the blade is clean of toner. You will know when you are done when the blade edge gleams and you tool will glide freely as you move back and forth down the blade.b57c9e0.jpg
  15. Reassemble the plate/developer blade back to the developer cartridge. Reinstall the middle screw and the two back screws first. There is some foam at the ends of the rollers. Using a knife or toothpick, carefully move the foam in such a way that it does not get trapped between the developer blade and the roller. Once the foam is out of the way and the blade is seated, then replace the Z plates and screws.a1c9ca4.jpg
  16. Clean the other developer blades using the same process. Once all the developer cartridges are clean, reinstall the cartridges in to the developer assembly. Don’t forget to reinstall the spring on top of the yellow cartridge.
  17. Align the feet at the bottom of the drum to the holes on the developer assembly. Press the left arm back into it’s position on the developer assembly. This will require some force to reseat it.
  18. Reseat the right arm back into it position, then reinstall the screws back into the left and right arms. Reattach the waste toner tank and reinstall the imaging unit back into the printer, and close the front panel.
  19. Run a couple of test prints to see if the streaks are gone.
  20. If the streaks are still there, You could try cleaning the blades again, it could be that the blades were not cleaned enough.
  21. If the blades or drum are damaged in the cleaning process, then you will need to get a new imaging unit.

on May 08, 2011 | Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer

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Thin broken vertical line 8.15 cms from left edge of paper. Appears on both printed and blank pages


your printing drum got damaged there is a thin line on it that you may see with your eyes. you have to replace it

Aug 22, 2010 | Epson AcuLaser C900 Printer

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During printing the printer prints a colored band down the length of the paper, the band moves across the paper...each sheet the band is in a different location


I had a similar problem where it would print the a few color lines on the edge of the paper going the full length of the longest side. Turned out to be the transfer belt.

You can first try to uninstall your drivers and reinstalling them from the cd or download them from the samsung website.

Apr 30, 2010 | Samsung CLP-510 Laser Printer

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Bad Printing and Stripes on Printed Sheets on HP 1100A


It isn't a fuzer problem it is most likly a image drum problem. To fix you have two choices replace the image drum with a oem part or a refurbished part or replace the printer. sometimes it is cheaper to get a replacement printer than to replace this part.

Dec 30, 2009 | HP LaserJet 1100 Printer

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Dashed lines printed randonly on the left side


I found a solution for it.
Just adjusting the altitude on the printer settings. I change from plain to higher and the dashed lines disapeared.

May 11, 2008 | Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer

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Different looking text, but only in certain areas of the page.


Samsung CLP-300 color laser leaves 3-4 lines of various shades of black in middle of paper. Otherwise everything is great.
Posssible black toner cartridge problem?

Jan 30, 2008 | Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer

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Samsung CLP-510 Toner Bleed


The following can cause bands (vertical on a normal page)


Faulty Toner cartridge
Faulty Drum Unit
Faulty Transfer Belt
Contaminated Fuser
Damaged or dirty LSU glass

Jan 09, 2008 | Samsung CLP-510 Laser Printer

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Printed paper is creased


First thing to check is try it with a fresh unopened ream of quality paper, paper with too much moisture content, drys out and goes wavy when it runs threw the fuser roller at rear (180 deg), otherwise it will be the fuser rollers themselves causing your problem, which means that you need to replace fuser assy

Dec 05, 2007 | Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer

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