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Streaking the copier has started producing copies that are streaked vertically w/ bands of lightness alternating w/ bands of darkness. And that is w/ the manual setting at the lightest it will go: if I used the 'auto' setting for copy lightness, the copies would come out basically black.

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This sounds like it could be a charge corona issue, or an electrical issue. I would clean the corona units up first and see what happens.

If you are still having issues, I know there was an issue once where the black block at the back of the inside of the machine would deteriorate/crack allowing charge to ground. I think the black block makes contact with some connectors at the back of the transport belt unit. You have two electrodes that come down to meet a block in the bottom half.

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Hi im jules_09.his there any error code?if no error code try to adjust the voltage on the exposure lamp,if that does not work can you send me a sample print at [email protected] so i can see the print .

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