My fuji s602 has developed magenta coloured close horizontal bands from the top of the frame covering five eighths of the picture area. The remaining area is normal. I have tried using various white balances but the problem remains.
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Re: fuji finepix s602 horizontal banding
the question is: is everything elase works good?
pics goes fine?
if soo then the problem is only in the LCD
this is a "common" thing.
means a plug is acting up.
it COULD mean the display is going to pack it in.
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You should replace the magenta developer M6090.
There is a little bit of disassembly required, but it's not too bad.
Be careful if you are using 3rd party toner, because it's often the cause of this issue.
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Since you can see it when taking new pictures but not on old photos then that suggests that the part of the image sensor is faulty. I think this would make it a camera repair shop job as the S602's can't be taken to bits easily.
I have the same problem. Here's the advice I found somewhere on the internet:
If a jet (nozzle) in your cartridge has gone bad you will see horizontal bands and/or white streaks in your print. Print characteristics may appear incomplete and/or the filled in areas on may not show up. 1) Run some warm water over the print head. This can wash away any ink which might have dried in the cartridge print head. Dry the cartridge with a lint-free cloth before placing back into the printer.
2) Clean the contacts on the cartridge (the copper colored circuitry) and the contacts where the cartridge clips into the printer with water or alcohol. After cleaning, insert and remove the cartridge from the printer a few times to be sure you have a good connection between contacts on the cartridge and the printer.
3) If your print is smeared cleaning the wiper blade may fix the problem. Do this according to your printer manual instructions.
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Your monitor seems to be a fairly now model and is probably still under warranty. Call 1-800-WWW-DELL and provided the technician the PPID number on the back of the monitor. The Dell rep will be able to determine your warranty options.
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If the test patterns are not matching what your printer tells you is normal and your photos are banded horizontally, you may have clogged nozzles and printhead. Do a maintenace clean under your printers direction, and see if it now prints ok. Also, you may be low or out of one particular colour, but still have enough of the others and the printer will try to compensate by using available colours, hence colour banding and distortion. A manual clean with cotton buds and cleansing solution is recommended if the first clean does not help.