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Not printing properly

One half of the page has black streaks

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1 try printing from the adf feeder
2 try printing from the scanning glass
if from one of the above method has the problem try to clean your optics
if streaks comes from both u might have problem with the following parts
the charger unit- service it
the toner cartrigde- try a new one
the transfer roller - its is a black roller of it becomes white replacement is needed.

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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