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We have a Brother mfc-9320cw printer that is printing with a thick and ugly crust of ink on the right edge of every 8.5x11" sheet we print. What is causing this? We've replaced the belt. It happens regardless of toner level (new and old drums give same problem). HELP!!!

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This happened to mine, only my thick edge was blue. My problem was that the little green slider that cleans the wire on the toner holder was pushed to the wrong side. (Sorry, can't remember technical term for the green thing or the wire! It has an arrow on it and it's pretty easy to spot.) Push it all the way back to the left until it clicks and it should fix the problem.

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    Exactly what I needed. Simple solution. Thank you.

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Hi,
First you can try fixing your problem by cleaning toner cartridge corona wire also called green tab. Sometimes leftout toner can couse the problem you describe.
Socond, try cleaning the corona wite on Brother MFC-9320CW the same way as cleaning the toner cartridge. When printing out many pages the user must clean from time to time the drum unit surface.
Third thing you have to check is the waste toner container. It may be full and this may also be causing the problem.

I hope this information can be helpfull.

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Problem usually goes away if you clean the head/cartridge. What does the user manual say under the "troubleshooting" paragraph? Brother mfc 9320cw manual Download Free Manuals

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