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Hi. When we print color pages, on our HL-4070CDW, there are colors on the edges of the paper...usually on the right side of the paper. Sometimes it's yellow or red, etc. How do I resolve this?

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You need to clean your corona wires. Go to Brother support website. Look for Problem 100000012419 and follow steps in solution 200000015852.

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