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After cleaning the printer roller it performs perfect printing documents then after a while say 2 hours, the print out document goes dirty....with black spots on the documents.. Can someone help...

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  • michel liliord Jan 28, 2007

    the roller that you can see when you removed the catdrige....(i think the one that is pulling the paper..) but I also tried to clean the other roller but it is difficult to reach...

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