is it also when you print blank pages after the 25-50 pages? if so it could be the fuser, if not it could be the imaging unit. Check your magenta imaging unit and fuser roller anyway. If any of them is dirty, replace them.
if your display on your Xerox phaser 6350 is blank you should replace the control panel (part# 333-4424-00). It's a pretty easy fix, takes about 5 to 10 minutes to install. Here is a video that shows you how. Iteminc.com has this part in stock and ships same day. Hope this helps, and thanks for using FixYa!
Make sure you turn the printer off and back on a couple times. The fuser is not "hot-swappable"meaning you need to cycle the power for the machine to recognize it. If after doing this and you are confident that the fuser is seated correctly the next step would be to replace the fuser (part# - 115R00035). ItemInc.com has these in stock and ships same day. Hope this helps and thanks for using FixYa!
Did it specify a color you should replace? The machine has 4 image units (CMYK) each with a different part#. Replacing them is easy, no tools required. Open the top door, lift out the entire image unit, move the toner over to the new unit, and lower the image unit. Here are the part #'s for the 7400 for each color. Iteminc.com has these online. C - 108R00647 M - 108R00648 Y - 108R00649 K - 108R00650 Good luck, hope this helps. Thanks for using FixYa!
You should try replacing the Paper feed rollers (Part# 604K25823r). One of the rollers you should have received new with your new try but there are two other rollers on the bottom of the machine the need to be replaced as well. Remove tray two to install them. you can purchase this part at
Good luck, hope this helps.
If you replaced the fuser and still makes these issues..the only thing you can do is to remove the print-head and clean it ...than get to the menu and look for the factory settings reset ..and get the printer to original settings .Reinstall the driver and software ...If it has a maintenance menu . get into it ..and reset all devices one by on e.. If the printer is connected on a network ..use this tool to diagnose it http://www.phasersmart.com/ http://www.office.xerox.com/printers/color-printers/phaser-6300-6350/sprt-enus.html this is the support page where you can ask for guidance ...if it is still making issues after .. I
Solid dark colours can sometimes be a problem.
Try playing with the media settings. For instance, if you are set to say thin
card stock, try changing it to plain paper.
If you think about how the fuser works it may help.
For plain paper, the fuser temperature is set high and the paper travels
through fast. If you set it to card stock, the temperature is reduced
because the card travels through slower thus preventing it from getting
too hot as it is exposed to the heat roll for longer.
Also, it might be worth trying a different paper stock.
Hope this helps.
Could be the Main Formatter board....Are you still getting power?....if you are the main formatter board is most likely the problem....If everything starts up and sounds normal to ready..and you just don't see anything on the screen your control panel is bad....You can call the guys at www.getthatpart.com who have these parts. These guys know their stuff and sell everything for the 6350 from used working units....so you get the parts for half the cost of new. They also have phone number so you can talk to a real person who can help!
If the ghost is black then you might have a bad Black Developer 116-2011-00
If the ghost is in all colors then it may be your fuser, or possibly just your paper settings. (If you are using glossy paper or card stock this needs to be fed from the MPT tray and defined correctly in the control panel)
Problem developers start leaking toner. The problem is that some times the toner spuills into developers below it and damaging them. The problem may appear as a grinding noise that may indicate a developer gear/motor problem, when in fact its a bad developer that is not running smoothly. It may be expensive, and you may have to replace ALL the Developers.
Try this procedure:
Engine Test Print
Isolate printer hardware problems to either the Engine Control or Image Processor
Board by running the Engine Test print. If the print is successfully printed, focus on
the Image Processor Board or its components (RAM, Hard Drive, Configuration
Card, etc.). If the print fails, refer to Section 4 for print engine troubleshooting help.
1. Press the Test Print button located on the Rear Panel.
2. The printer prints the 600 x 600 test print unless an error status from the Engine Control Board is present. The test button is in the back of the printer and say's Test Print.