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I have Canon np 6035 that does dirty copies after my husband tried to clean the whole copier with air blow. We cleaned the drum unit (waste and cleaning blade) but it still does dirty copies. Any idea?

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  • Val?rie H?tu
    Val?rie H?tu Apr 01, 2011

    I changed the drum unit for brand new one hoping this would be the solution. My copier still does dirty copies. Nothing changed. I cleaned the optics and mirror.... any idea now?

  • Louis Du Plessis
    Louis Du Plessis Aug 07, 2012

    there is 6 mirors ,small glass aboth drum ,a lamp aboth drum , charge unit ,transfer unit ,way do hasbands do that get a tech to clean it the istoner everywere



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If the problem still exists after cleaning Drum unit, waste and cleaning blade, then surely you need to change the drum clean blade, because it is not anymore capable of work properly, it will not work and will still produce dirty copies even after you clean them.

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