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    Bizhup PRO C6500 White line in cyan

    Hi friends.

    Attached is the picture with the problem I'm getting from the cyan color. The picture is a pattern at 128. I want to have some advice or instructions before getting into it. Please let me know what do you think I need to check for.

    Thank you for your help.

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    drum is ok?
    developer counter...?
    give me some dates here


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    Thank you for your quick reply.

    The cyan developer is at 36%
    The cyan drum is at 81%

    Quote Originally Posted by costel fasola View Post
    drum is ok?
    developer counter...?
    give me some dates here



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    try in 36 mode process ajustement...initialization on cyan unit all steps


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    Hi.

    I hope not to bother you. I don't know all the terms and processes yet.

    Would you explain me more?
    - How I enter into 36 mode process adjustment?
    - "Initialization on cyan unit all steps" is a part of 36 mode process adjustment?

    Thank you very much.

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    try in 36 mode process ajustement...initialization on cyan unit all steps



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    What direction did that print come out at? Is that an A3/DLT? Or A4/Letter?
    Also, what paper are we talking (type and weight)?

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    The direction is from right to left it came out of the printer in the same way that is the scan. It's a Letter. The lines appear no matter the paper.


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    power on
    9272 start
    36 menu
    process ajutment
    .....
    etc
    u need a service manual


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    Quote Originally Posted by drodas78 View Post
    The direction is from right to left it came out of the printer in the same way that is the scan. It's a Letter. The lines appear no matter the paper.
    Okay, so if I understood you correctly, the feed direction was this:

    fl.jpg

    So, since you only got that on cyan, I would check the cyan charge corona, the cyan developing unit and the cyan drum, in that order.

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    'You will always find some Eskimo ready to instruct the Congolese on how to cope with heat waves.'

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    check your cyan dv unit, it looks like a something on the mag roller.


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