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Canon LBP 1210 Laser Printer black mess down middle of page

When I print a Page I get black roller marks down the middle of page, the print is fine on total page with this black dash and white strip down the middle. I checked the toner cartridge and find it's just as good as new? I just acquired this laser printer as is. help

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The prob could be in the fusing unit, or the fuser rollers, chances are there is a sticky toner adhered onto its surface, (the red roller on the top is the pressure roller the bottom roller is the fuser roller.

this area could are so hot, so take precautionary measure when cleaning this rollers, this could be from other medium materials that recently usd and tends to stick on the surface of the roller.

kindly clean this one with dry cloth or cloth damped with oil, though its best to clean this while it is hot, but be careful

goodluck

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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Try checking the alignment of the print head...

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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    Mark Gil Aug 01, 2008

    You could use your printer utility for this concern, there are option there to clean nozzle/cartridges and align printhead..



    Hope that helps...........

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