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I have always owned ink jet printers, but company sent 1700n printer t work with. I replaced the toner cartridge and started getting lines in printed material. I figured things were dirty so I wiped off new cartridge and face of drum. Well now I have the print coming out all messed up with gray shawdowing everywhere. Did I mess up when I wiped off drum with paper towel and is a new drum the only way to fix is?

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Print out about ten or more sheets and see if it clears up.

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