Question about Konica Minolta magicolor 2400 Laser Printer
I developed a color print that has all 4 principal pure toner colors in vertical and horizontal bars that are at least 2" wide. If perhaps you are having a toner problem only one of the colors will be affected. If all colors are affected there are two possible issues. The drum, which I think is actually a belt, and the other the fuser assembly.
The fuser is a heater and pressure roller system that presses and melts toner onto a page. The drum is an imaging device that picks up toner where images should be and transfers toner onto a piece of paper. Any toner not transfered from the drum / belt is destined for a waste toner hopper. If the belt is not being cleaned properly or has an image or flaw artifact that cannot be cleaned / erased you always get that printed on a page.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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