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Lines on Paper

Replaced toner and drum. Still have streaks of white running through the text, vertically down the left side when i print.

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  • Kringel Jul 24, 2008

    I have white lines running down the left of the page, the same as the other owner described. I replaced the drum and the toner but it didn't correct the problem.

  • golly_g Jul 29, 2008

    Same problem - vertical white lines on page when printing, approx. 2 inches of right & left margin... Changed toner cartridges, same problem.

  • Anonymous Oct 02, 2008

    I have the same problem, 1' from left margin and 2.5" on righ margin. The white lines go all the way down the sheet. I have replace the cartidge and it didn't help at all. I am wondering if it is the drum.

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    2 vertical white streaks down centre when printing

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Under the drum there is a thin ****-glass. Make sure there is nothing on the glass. Do not use compressed air to remove the debris from the glass. Use a dust cloth or such. Using air will blow the debris into the laser unit and it will have to be taken apart to be cleaned.

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Vertical lines or streaks
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