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Not printing in certain areas from top to bottom

I have 42K on my printer approx 3 years old. Pages will print, but have a non printed area from top to bottom. Have tried changing cartridge, same problem. Have tried laser sheet cleaners. Blank area became smaller, but still exist. After shaking cartridge first copy will come out perfect, next copy will have blank area going from top to bottom. Each additonal copy has same problem. Would fuser be cause??

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You were corrrect. Thanks for your help

Posted on Jul 03, 2007

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Yes, could be the fuser.

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