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My LX400 was printing correctly on the labels and now it has gone haywire, printing correctly on some labels and then off to the side on others. I have recalibrated the printer several times, which fixes it for a couple of prints and then it starts printing off to the side again. HELP!! I am going crazy trying to print out the labels that I need by tonight.

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    we changed the roll of labels and now it won't print

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Hello,

First, the fuser assembly may be damaged or at the end of its life. The solution is to replace the fuser assembly. Repairing a fuser assembly is generally not recommended because the fuser is considered a consumable printer part and not worth the time or effort to fix. Second, the toner cartridge may be defective and letting too much toner out at one time. in this case, you will need to replace it.

Take care.

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