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Re: Sharp AR-M280N- Printing dark lines
It sounds like you are going to need a new drum and drum cleaning blade. How long has it been acting up? When was the drum last replaced? The image repeatting could also be coming from the UFR??? It really depends on how many copies you have on it and has it been seatting for awhile..... Need some more info... But you most likely will not be able to fix your self..
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The ink toner is is now infected by foriegn matters by effecting the printer laser head.Tries air compressor machine blow out the ink toner print head ink injector and laser printer print head.Wait about and hour reinstall the the ink toner to the printer,the toner should work find again.Not the ink toner is not saveable,must have be replace for normal operation again.
Do the black lines only show up when useing the adf???? Or do they show up on both the adf and the copyboard glass??? If it is only when using the adf...... The fix is easy.... you have to clean the smaller piece of glass that is to the left of the copyboard glass with windex or rubbing alchola. If it is with both you may need a new drum and blade or a new ufr... Good Luck
Are the problem prints all from the same source? If so the problem could be on the transmission end. Can you connect to your fax and print to it from a local workstation? If so print several images with dark solid patterns and see if it is actually the printhead. Try printing in cyan, magenta, yellow, and black colors to to rule out each individual printhead.
Yes.There should be settings to enhance that in your print driver properties page.
Easiest way to access that is to open a document and click "file' then 'print and that will bring up your printer options.
Look around the print driver for ways to enhance your prints.
Most drivers have several options in graphics areas to make adjustments.
You can access printers from the controle panel and also right click the printer and select properties to access it.
There definatly are ways to adjust that.
Hope this helps you some.