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Check your flat bed and Document feeder scanning glass need to be clean, if any dot or dust in scanning glass of document feeder it will appear a line, check this points first 1- Check printouts from computer or FAX if it is clean problem in scanning section 2- Check using Copying a blank paper using only Flatbed if it prints without any line its problem from document feeder Scanning glass So solution is clean the Document feeder scanning glass using wet cloth, note careful about wet cloth switch off the machine and clean it
This issue could be with the ink cartridge inside, if this is color toner make sure you not using refilled toner. This happens when there is a color demand but detected no color in the unit, if there is color then there is a issue with that color unit.
Well, just googling for "epson cx11nf toner" gave me several results.
I personally like lasertechservices.com service and prices. They have "compatable" Epson cx11nf cartridges for $30.2 (black) to $33.95 (Cyan, Yellow, Magenta). If your a little more technically skilled, they also have toner refill kits for your printer for only $93.95 (all 4 colors, includes reset chips). Some printers don't allow you to "refill" the starter toners that came with it, so you may need to buy the cartridges the first time around (ask them, they will know).
I only mention the above site because I have used them myself for my printer(s), but there are many other companies doing the same thing. Try to choose a supplier with good technical support, in case you happen to run into any problems (as in, do they have a phone number to call, because "email only support" sucks).
from what you are saying, if color is fine and black is not, its most likely the black drum that is the problem. the toner is part of it. try taking the black toner out and shaking it, and putting it back in, if it still does not help, most likely it is the toner/drum.
When printing, as thepaper is being transported up the printer, try pressing the right door panel of the printer firmly with your hand. If the colours are much improved then the printer requires a new Transfer roller.
1. Open the Right Door.
2. Remove the Transfer Roller while opening the shaft holder (white color) levers found at the left and right shaft ends of the Transfer Roller to unlock it. Lift out the roller.
i had the same problem as you i feel very upset with epson that they did not help you for me what i had to do is lay my printer on its side with the door to the toner facing you taking the toner out looking down into the bottom you will see a little plastic block wist it half way till it stops then reinsert the toner becarefull not to drop it in that shoud be fully fitted inside then put the unit back the right side up and start the printer up this shpuld fix your problem ok thanks
If you wait until the colour has completely run out, you will see a message to that effect, and the correct cartride will be presented. If you wish to change before this:
1. On the
printers' control panel, press the "right" button (labeled no. 3) once and then
the "down" button (labeled no. 4) until you see the RESET MENU.
2. Press the
"right" button (labeled no. 3) once.
3. Press the
"down" button (labeled no. 4) until you see "CHANGE TONER X" appear on the
screen (where X is either C, M, Y or K, Cyan. Magenta, Yellow or Black).
4. Press the
"right" button (labeled no. 3) once. The printer will rotate the toner carousel
to the correct position for you to change.
5. Open the
printer door and change the toner as normal.