Question about Canon imageRUNNER C3200 Copier
Most likely coming form your cyan imaging unit. I would open the front cover and slide the cyan unit out and ensure that there is no extra cyan developer on the top of the unit. As well, manually rotate the roller in the direction that it normally spins and inspect for any horizontal or vertical banding. If you spot any bands of color, try to manually clean them off with a soft rag or cloth (do not use any solvents.) If after reinstalling, the bands reappear, then you will need to replace the cyan imaging unit as the developer has gone bad.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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