Question about Xerox Phaser 1235N Laser Printer
Hello there, I would be really grateful if someone could suggest what might be wrong. We have changed the image drums and I have just purchased a new black toner and managed to buy a fuser since a friend suggested on his printer (different make) that was the solution. What do you think? A big thanks!
You should always use Original Equipment replacement drums, fusers and other devices made to the specification of the manufactures product. This will eliminated problems such as lines, blurring, hazes, and modeling. I some cases using other than OEM products can void a MFG Warranty.
I would suggest doing a very thorough cleaning of the interior of the printer. Remove and replace the hardware (Drum/rollers) and start fresh. Once that has been done, the printer will do a reset and start up like new. If it was cleaned properly, all current prints should be perfect. Other than that, any haze or poor reproductions thereafter would be related to a malfunction of the printer itself.
Posted on Jan 12, 2018
SOURCE: Xerox Phaser 6250
How Brave is Jan?
Doubt it be the fuser(100 000life), "just magenta dots".... fuser would be "all smudged" or "black marks" , "the print rubs off" , "paper is creasing or jamming"
Can prove it by stopping a print (open door) when paper is1/2 way threw machine, you need to stop it before it goes threw the hot bit, so you can tell if the hot bit (fuser) puts the marks on the paper.
Transfer roller one would expect to effect whole print Smudged/Faint,uneven density
It will be the imaging unit ( 30 000 pagelife Ouch$ ) or possible leaking toner (if aftermarket)
Remove imaging unit and inspect film you should find image of lines, dots are usually chips or sticky stuff on drum surface, carefull no oily human fingers on surface please.
When stopping machine mid print and perfecting your timing, pull out the imaging unit and look at replica of your print notice if marked and where.
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
Click on Knowledge base from this site , then in the search box enter poor black quality. Look under black is faded or missing
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
SOURCE: Xerox 6250dp
I had this problem when I used a generic toner. I installed a xerox cyan toner, then printed many sheets of a large blue rectangle. After about 15 pages the blue started to spread into the shape, after 30 pages the blue was back. Printing a lot of blue was necessary to get the new toner thru the system.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
I have had to repair a few of these. Take off the sides and back of the 6360. You'll see the hoses that feed into the laser. The black one becomes unplugged from the laser. All you have to do is plug it back in. The next step can be kinda messy. Take out the black toner cartridge, and spin the motor backwards. You'll know you're going the right way because it won't turn the other way. Cycle the gear where the toner sits for about 2 revolutions. Reassemble and you should be good to go!
This thing took me 6 days to figure out the first time. Haha!
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Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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Depending on where the problem originates, this could be a bad wiper (cleaning) blade, faulty corona, or incomplete fusing.
It is easy to determine where the problem is located: Interrupt a printout in mid-stride (where part of the paper is between the toner/developer and fuser. If the un-fused image has ghosting, it is a fault in the area of the drum
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