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Splotches in prints from our SX 1480


This is actually a Muratec machine. This is not an uncommon fault and it is ALWAYS a faulty toner cartridge. Although you say you have changed it, I doubt you have replaced it with a new one.
Change it I can guarantee it will cure it. I know as I am a muratec engineer!

Jan 27, 2014 | Pitney Bowes Compatible Imagistics / OCE...

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My brother mfc 7440N prints splotches every 3-3.5" on every page printed. This occurred with the previous and new toner cartridges. How to fix?


For crying out loud.

The "blotch" is caused by damage to the drum or to the toner fusing roller.

If the "blotch" is loose toner (in other words you can smear it) then the fuser roller is damaged and that assembly needs to be replaced.

If the "blotch" is fused (in other words you cannot smear it around) then the drum is damaged and that assembly needs to be replaced.

The original MSRP for the Brother MFC-7440n in 2008 was $429 (US) / 213 pounds [FixYa couldn't handle the pound sign!! =8-) ] (UK) / $499 (AU). The present street value is about $199 according to Brother ( http://www.brother-usa.com/MFC/ModelCompare/4/MFC7440N_MFC7460DN#.UXBKKKLq3yA ).


A drum unit is $80 (Amazon) or $115 (Staples).

That same $200 could get you a Canon Pixma MX-922 (Canon http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/consumer/products/printers_multifunction/office_all_in_one_inkjet_printers/pixma_mx922). Inkjet? Yes. But fast. Airprint. 2-sided ADF and copying. Auto-duplexing. CD/DVD disc printing. Frankly, if I didn't already have an Epson 835, I would buy this one. My old Canon 820 still chugs along as beautifully as the day I got it (about a zillion years ago).

For $50 more you can get a top-rated laser, their imageCLASS MF4880dw (though oddly, without Airprint - for Airprint in a Canon laser, you have to step up to the big boy: the imageCLASS MF8580Cdw).
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Well. Have fun!

Mar 31, 2013 | Brother MFC-7440N Laser Printer

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I have a PC 25 copier. I am getting black streaks


Run a copy and shut the machine off when the copy is half way through. Open the machine up and remove the toner cartridge. Turn it over and slide open the flap that covers the drum. If you see toner streaks on the drum surface similar to what you see on the page you have a defective toner cartridge. Most likely the toner you bought is remanufactured as this machine is very old. Maybe you can return it for another.

Oct 18, 2009 | Canon Office Equipment & Supplies

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Laserwriter 8500 prints splotches all over the page.


Toner bubbles are characterized by large blotches of color toner on
printed pages caused by color toner leaking from cartridges directly
onto the transfer drum.

Solve the problem of toner bubbles by checking the manufacturing
codes on the toner cartridges and replacing cartridges as needed. Compatible carts are notoroius for this so don't use them.

Heat-stamped on the toner cartridge, opposite the label-end of the
cartridge, is a manufacturing code. If a portion of the code does not
match the list below, replace the toner cartridge.

Use toner cartridges that contain any of the following manufacturing
codes:
 9I
 9J
 9K
 9L
 and any cartridge that begins with the numbers 0 through 6 in place of
the 9

Jun 08, 2009 | Apple LaserWriter 8500 Printer

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Splotches on the page


Most likely a defective toner cartridge -try another one

Apr 16, 2009 | HP LaserJet 1010 Printer

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Black splotches on paper when printing


either toner cartridge is leaking or the fuser is bad and starting to hold extra toner- any chance of swapping toner cartridge or testing it with another printer (friends?)

laserjet 4+ ?

Apr 07, 2009 | HP LaserJet 4 plus Printer

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The problem is: Black splotch on paper


if it is a laser multi function machine, there may be toner build up on the fuser roller. also, there maybe some other component malfunctioning. i.e., print cartridge (if it's one of those "all in one" type deals", toner and/or drum (if sold separately), place a service call

Apr 06, 2009 | Minolta EP1030/1030F CS/PRO Copier

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Ricoh 2045 Doesn't recognize new toner cartridge


Please check the Toner supply unit.
If necessary dismantle it carefully and clean all the toner inside it and clean all the small parts. There must be 2 small mylars attached inside to the cover toner supply unit - If not there that's the problem.
Check also for broken parts.
Try replacing the whole toner supply unit.

Good luck and please rate me, thanks.

Jan 20, 2009 | Ricoh Aficio 2022 All-In-One Laser Printer

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Copies come out with splotches


replace the drum. take out toners and clean inside real good. check your exit rollers to see if they have any ink on them. be sure you use genuine hp products.

Jun 26, 2008 | HP LaserJet 2840 All-In-One Printer

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