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Green lines on paper

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I have been having trouble with two green lines onboth sides of the paper and on the door transfer screen i clean it of but is back as soon as I print again
Mahalo Mary

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  • mouseka Aug 25, 2008

    We are also experiencing 2 green lines down any printed item. It appears to be dust on the black glossy paper inside but reappears each time I remove it.

    Kerrie

  • chapsetc Sep 20, 2008

    I got it fixed after a few days with the HP trek, and yes it was that my cyan toner was leaking they sent me a new one and it works fine.

    I did not think it was the toners as it was over 49% full, I am a Happy camper now

    hope this info will help future folkswith this trouble

    Mahalo Mary

  • Anonymous Sep 26, 2008

    We are also experiencing the same problem but instead of 2 lines our whole page is green.

  • driftos Sep 26, 2008

    We are also experiencing the same problem but instead of two lines our whole page is green.

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Leaking toners

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

  • steve shroder Sep 20, 2008

    the first step to any print quality issues is to replace the toners one by one. that goes for any printer.

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