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It is feeding the paper through the rollers and sounding like it's printing. the paper even gets warm. Nothing ever gets printed.

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If I am not mistaken you are getting blank paper when you give printing command am I right if yes........

every laser printer has one data scanning and transferring data to toner drum unit in it.

BLANK PAPER PRINTING PROBLEM ONLY LINKED WITH

1. TONER CARTRIDGE PROBLEM OR

2. SCANNING UNIT OF YOUR LASER PRINTER PART OF YOUR LASER PRINTER.



CHANGE TONER IF PROMLEM IS SAME THEN IT IS CONNECTEE TO SCANNER OF YOUR LASER


IF NOT SOLVED MAIL ME TO inkcity@rediffmail.com



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