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The copies are very light. I have tried to adjust exposure, no change. I have already added toner. drum? fuser? Clean...what?

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Hi,
firstly clean the beneath the copyglass and clean the optics ( mirrors ), then try...

also try to darker the copy and see what happens, if its still light try to change the drum....

PS are you using the original Canon toner?

Posted on Nov 16, 2010

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