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Lines in prints with this machine would suggest a fault with a drum unit. As each toner cartridge contains its own drum unit it is likely to be a particular colour at fault. If the colour is not immediately obvious, I would recommend printing off a test page like the one here: http://www.refreshcartridges.co.uk/igloo/colour-laser-printer-test-page/
I suggest you find a way to align the cartridge. If it contains alignment utility it should give you a better printout. Also check if you have enough ink on your cartridge. Uneven colour usually is due to lack of ink in the cartridge.
please use the colour printer ? and you have a colour printer
then your printer job is colour ? your printer cartries is colour & w&w ?
if colour ? then fristime you aply a print and so the print page is ok and so the previue the page in colour job if yes is ok and other no then
print page and in prperty selectand cleck and go immage in colour select the colour and aply the ok and give a print is ok
This could one of a few fairly major problems.
The easiest way to track down the fault is start by replacing the consumables - make sure you install them in the correct positions - it is possible on the C1100 to put them in the wrong places!!
Change the toners first. Most importantly the magenta and yellow. Print several pages. Use MS Paint or similar to create a page with all four component colours on (cyan, magenta, yellow and black)in large blocks (see image below) and print them full page.
Now look at the print and see if any one colour is missing or has reduced density.
If you have a spare PCU you should but that in next.
Let me know what the print outs look like and we will progress to the next step.
Depends on whether the "lines" are colored or just blank areas missing in the print . If it is blank areas , then most likely the laser scanner is dirty and the glass needs to be cleaned . If it is colored lines , then you most likely have a defective drum .