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I am getting spots on my copies in the same place on each copy. why

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Are the dark spots random and moves location with every copy or are they at exacly the same place on every copy? Random you will need to remove the drum/toner and use a blower to clean the inside of the machine,failing that replace the drum unit.If the spots don't move clean the top glass.Let me know

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SOURCE: We are getting spots of toner on our copies.

Vacume the interior of copier, check the drum.If there is spots on drum, change the drum.
Also check the fixing section.

Posted on Jun 14, 2010

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