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Dirty printing job

I use a Phaser 3450N. I have faint vertical lines running through the printed sheet. Can I use a cleaning sheet in this model printer?

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Are they lines from one edge to the other in a straight line. Or is it faint reprint across the page?
Thin lines would most likely be a bad drum or cleaning blade.
If it is faint reprint it is the heat roller in the fuser.

Posted on May 25, 2008

  • Rick Kasper May 25, 2008

    I was going to ask you what you were printing . Your title turned out Dirty Printing job. hahaha. Found that humorous.

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