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Smudges on right ride of paper

The right side from top to bottom smudges with all colors collectively and there are small spaces without any color throught the page

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  • dory 5 Jul 13, 2008

    yes I have this same problem too
    connie petrik

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Want the answer to this we have a hp 2600n laser printer and its leaving smug of color on the paper the big wide roller where the page gets printed is smear with all the colors. Is there a way to clean this and what to use so we can fix the problem.
connie petrik mu email address is connie.petrik@att.net please give me a answer to this problem.

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