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    Any idea what would create this copy mark on a Savin 9922DP?

    Here is the mark. It's about 1.5" from the top of the page.

    Thanks...Savin Print Quality.pdf


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    That roughly lines up with the rear thermistor. Hot roller perhaps? Worn transfer rollers can cause odd copy quality issues like this too.

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    Which would you try first? Replace the rear thermistor or replace transfer rollers?


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    Pop the lid on the fuser and take a look at the hot roller. Is it all nice and smooth or really scabby? That'll give you an idea of what needs changing. Has the machine had a new PCU recently?

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    No, Nothing new recently....


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    Any idea what would create this copy mark on a Savin 9922DP?

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    sure, that it is a fuser issue?
    stop the mashine while printing by opening the front door, have a look at the toner image on the drum and on the paper before the fuser, how does it looks like?

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    dude, its the drum

    Don't take that toner with me!

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    The line just looks like a thermistor line, could be the PCU tho. Good place to start.

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    toner has dropped from the leaking toner supply unit onto the slit glass causing the void line, and also all over the pcu getting inside and on the charge roller and causes the 'splatter' marks. seen it a million times before.

    Don't take that toner with me!

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