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This is actually a Muratec machine. This is not an uncommon fault and it is ALWAYS a faulty toner cartridge. Although you say you have changed it, I doubt you have replaced it with a new one.
Change it I can guarantee it will cure it. I know as I am a muratec engineer!
Well, you put your self into a pickel. With the Di181 you most likly neede a new drum and cln blade & a good cleaning. Now with the Imagistics, you may have the same problem, but you put Minolta toner into a Imagistics. Thats like putting oil into water and wonder why they don't mix? Now you need to replace the drum & blade & developer & toner and vaccum out all the toner and start off with all new. Good Luck
There are several things that can cause this. The easiest thing that you can fix is to make sure the presuure is on in the fuser. Open the left side door. The fuser is the hot part at the top.right. There are two tabs, one at the fron and one at the back. Make sure these are LOOSE. If they are locked down it removes pressure from the fuser and it will smear the copies. The other things that can cause this are drum wear, bad or worn developer, etc, but those need a technician to change.