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Greyish marbeling on printed page & yellow wash allover page.

Bought a factory renewed 2600n worked fine for the first few months. Now it is leaving a grey marble look to the page and mid-light yellow splotches all over the page. Open the door and wiped the belt of, which was covered in yellow. It printed 5 or so pages fine and no back to the yellow grey problem. HELP!!!!!!!!!

I see a lot of its the drum post, is there anything else it could be?

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Sounds like you're probably running compatible cartridges. I sell a fair number of these cartridges to my customers, and it took a while to find a brand that actually worked. If you're seeing toner all over the place, the cartridges are most definitely the problem.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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