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    Lexmark Optra T610 with marks on pages

    There is a regular gray mark appearing regularly on the page about every 3 and a half inches. Sounds like the circumference of a roller. Which one is that size in circumference?


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    Probably Fuser Roller

    Here's my formula:

    Circumference/PI=diameter

    3.5/3.14159265 = 1.1140846"

    It could be a drum or a fuser roller, but probably fuser.


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    Thanks, I will check that and see if a cleaning will do the trick.


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    marks-a-lot

    try removing and cleaning the charge roller and transfer roller with a damp rag.


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    Thanks.


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    You wouldnt happen to know the part numbers of the charge roller and the transfer roller?


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    Transfer Roller Part#: 99A0179 or 99A1015

    The Primary Charge Roller is part of the laser cartridge.

    Neither one of those rollers is 1 1/8" in diameter though. Not even close. Cleaning will certainly do no harm, though.


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    Then in the case of one of them, changing the toner cartridge would eliminate the problem. If that doesn't cure it then it at least narrows down the field. Thanks. I think that will help me a lot.


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    OOPs, no, I miss read your post. You said the Laser Cartridge, not the Toner cartridge. As Gilda used to say......Nevermind...........


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    Sorry, for me laser cartridge = toner cartidge. Yes, that would rule out out the primary charge roller.


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