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Copies come out with what looks like a water mark down the entire page on the right hand side.

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Hi; Simply, you must clean the unit of devthe eveloppent with a vacuum cleaner, and especially The Transfer roller, what you have is a cause of the toner from the magnetic roller.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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Most likely it is the drum cartridge. The other causes such as toner on the laser optics would not produce an on again off again print area. It would be blank the entire way down the page. Since the toner prints in patches down the right side it means it is coming from something that is "rotating" and that narrows it down to the drum.
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A need pc you have got there.

I think that I have got just what you need,

go to:
http://catalog2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ModelDetail?storeId=11201&catalogId=13051&itemId=99023&catGroupId=36001&surfModel=Toughbook-W5&displayTab=R
- just copy this address into you browser.

choose
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look in to page 24, for reinstalling your software.

In case you want the whole book out on your printer,
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Open ex. Word, point your mouse at the document, right click and choose paste, - now choose print ;-)

Hope this will help you, if not,
do comment, and I will return for additional help


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Line in the scaned pages


Morgansaki,

You have a dirty scanner lense. when you lift the top cover, as though you were going to do a copy from the platten glass, you will see there is a smaller glass to the left hand side of the scanner. look very hard at this glass and you will see there is a dirty mark on the lense. clean the cglass thoroughly with some quality window cleaner and you will find you line will go away.

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Try a stand-alone copy, if issue still persists & warranty permits : contact manufacturer

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