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Hello, i have a xerox phaser 7300 printer and it will not print the black. i have changed the toner and the cradle. i have swapped the black and yellow led's and the yellow still prints but the black doesn't.i have checked the transfer belt and it looks alright, there appears no obstructions anywhere. if you have any suggestions that would be great, thanks, pete

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It sounds like the drive clutch or motor to the black housing is not running, or the drive is not transfering to that area.
I would check to see if there is a broken gear in the machine, look where the drives are on the cartridge and trace where the drive in the machine would be located based on that.
If a motor would be bad, the machine would fault out, a clutch could be slipping and not allowing drive, that would not fault out, just not produce black.

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