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Black line on the page when printing fax or making copies

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The lines may come from the toner/ drum cartridge. Try stopping the job by opening a cover, and see if the defect exists before it reaches the fuser.
The fuser for the F110 is PN 126N00235
The toner/ drum unit is 013R00605 (several alternate numbers exist)
And it could also be the transfer roller 022N02107

Hope that helps

Whit
Item, Inc.

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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