Question about Samsung OKIDATA - OKI C5200n - Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sharp AL-1641CS printer/copier
Most likely you had a toner cartridge failuer leaving some of the ink and developer in the crevices above the paper feeder and its just trickling onto the paper.
It pretty much needs to have the cartrides taken out and thouroghly vaccumed.
Just takes patience and time to get it all removed.
Dont vacuum the cartridges, but the inside of the machine.
Pull your paper tray out and see if there is toner and developer trickling into it.
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
I found a solution that worked to eliminate the faded black stripe down the page thanks to a post by slamfix in another forum. The problem is related to ink build up on the blade edge of the black developer assembly in the imaging unit (the imaging unit contains 4 separate developers - yellow, blue, magenta, and black). The solution involves taking out the imaging unit, removing and cleaning the blade edge of the black ink developer until smooth. It took me about 15 minutes to complete and was fairly straightforward.
Detailed instructions with pictures can be found at http://losingambition.com/clp300imagefix/
Posted on May 02, 2009
If there is still some kind of residue on the paper. Take the toner cartage and shake it evenly so that the toner inside is not all lumped to one side. Run the drum cleaner on the printer again and if you are still having problems it may be something else. Inspect the drum which should be smooth and not have any blemishes or scratch marks (alot of cartages are refurbished and may not be perfect). Also check your allignment of the toner cartrage inside the printer, if its a little off you may have problems.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
I've refilled the toner cartridges a few times now and never had a problem with vertical streaks until recently. I refilled both the cyan and magenta and when I ran the test page I had dark vertical streaks on both sides. I fiddled around cleaning things, running cleaning paper through, changing reset resistors but to no avail so eventually decided to buy a replacement refurbished cyan cartridge since the streaks looked mainly blue and bingo... well almost now I just have very light magenta streaks. The issue is obvious when I compared the old and new cartridge, the replacement toner is a much duller cyan and is of the wrong consistency since once it's been in the printer everything gets covered in it which is why I think it causes the banding to occur. I'm just trying to work out now whether to try refilling the magenta again (v. messy) or just go for another refurbished cartridge (£34).
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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