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Re: verical lines of inconsistent or un-even printing,
In almost every case, the problem you describe can be traced back to 2 things. Dirty corona wire or dirty drum (or both). Pull out the toner cartridge, slide the wire cleaner back and forth a few times, clean the drum. The gently shake the toner cartridge from side to side to evenly distribute the toner and replace. This should solve your problem. Best of luck.
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r u using inkjet fax machine or laser fax machine? if inkjet clean the head of ink tank, or if laser then clean the toner after removing it, if you u r using then it may bec of tefflon coating, just clean it with soft brush,
The problem may be in the machine you're sending to, if you get a copy thru the adf or on the glass with no lines, it's the same image you would send thru fax. Check the narrow glass though, I usually find white out on that glass and have to clean it off.
It's important to gently move the toner cartridge from side to side to distribute the toner evenly through the cartridge. This could be causing your blank lines. Also, clean the Corona wire when installing a new toner cartridge. Best of luck.
No not yet,the problem is the cartridge,sometimes even new cartridges might have a dry printhead
Remove you cartridge,put the printhead side in about 5mm of hot water and keep it there for 5 minutes,take it out and do head cleanning again.
the problem seems to be un-even distribution of ink. try a different and new ink cartridge. Since you are refilling the cartridge, the ink inside of the cartridge is getting magnetized, there by, the ink stick to the drum of the cartridge and don't distribute the ink evenly. shake would clear it. you need to demagnetized the drum.