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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Wont Print a Large PDF File
You don't say what kind of printer or computer so it's a little hard to narrow down what is happening. That said, it sounds like you've running out of disk space while the print driver is trying to make data to send to the printer. If you can print the 1st few pages (try 4, then 3, etc.) then this is almost certainly happening.
Check how much free space is available on your hard drive.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Your problem is caused by 2 worn photoconductor units. If you open the front door like you are changing toner, the photoconductor units will be mounted to the door that swings down. You will see should see four units one for each color, red, blue, yellow and black. If you look at the red and black units the ends will look different than the blue and yellow. The photo units have teflon coating that wears off and causes your proble. The replacement part number is C53030x and you will need 2 of them. Just replace the red and black ones and your printer will be back to normal. If you can't locate them locally, let me know and we can ship them to you.
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Posted on Jun 19, 2009
try to print a test page .. if u get the lining there then its a problem with the printer drum .. u might need to get it replaced .. if not then its an issue with the settings .. you can also try to reinstall the drivers in that case.,
Posted on Oct 21, 2010
Any marks on the paper come from the drum, this could be a circumferential scratch on the drum or a void in the wiper that clears the excess toner. Whatever, you need to check the drum and possibly need to replace it.
Posted on Jan 28, 2011
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