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We like these printers, generally. Background lines can be as simple as poor color registration, so run the registration process a couple of times. You'll want the coronas to be spotlessly clean, and the led lens for each color should be wiped with its little green thingy that you can pull in and out. Depending on age (anything over 130,000 pages or so, you'll have to consider the individual drums. If they show obvious wear lines, replace them. We have seen a few bad developer units, but they usually produce splotches or color in the background where it's not wanted. While you're at it, update the firmware with a flash card. Worst case you may need to replace the transfer belt, but I've seen those go a long, long time with still-decent quality. In the paper path is a foam roller that is the transfer roller, and this must be clean from excess toner. Rub it with a clean (clean) cloth, no moisture of any kind, turning it as you go to get the whole surface. Then blow it with some canned air. The condition of this roller is critical to good quality no matter how anything else is in the machine.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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