Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Faded color at the edges can be caused by 2 things.
1. A bad cartridge can cause an overload on the high voltage circuit and results in the print defect. If you recently changed a cartridge, it is the likley suspect. Try putting the old cartridge in. Often the yellow cartridge causes this for some reason.
2. Are you in a dirty environment or do you smoke around your printer. If so, the lenses for the scanners might be polluted, cleaning these requires a fairly extensive disassembly of the printer in order to remove the entire scanner assembly.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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