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    Tricky wiggly line on IR ADV 6255 copy

    This black wiggly line keeps appearing on my copies be it in service mode tests and in platen glass copy. Drum blade checked, developer checked, drum claw new, primary and secondary wires checked, ETB new, ETB blade new...as copies progress line becomes more distinct like a freehand technical pen scribble. Help please. TY in advance.
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    Re: Tricky wiggly line on IR ADV 6255 copy

    Scan a sample for us.

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    Tricky wiggly line on IR ADV 6255 copy

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    Re: Tricky wiggly line on IR ADV 6255 copy

    Did you clean the grid real good on the primary?

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    Re: Tricky wiggly line on IR ADV 6255 copy

    Quote Originally Posted by rapo_tech View Post
    Scan a sample for us.
    This is how it looks.
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    Re: Tricky wiggly line on IR ADV 6255 copy

    Those of you who might encounter this in the future, might want to check the pre exposure lamp area for adhesives and foreign elements, found the culprit inside that area. Thoroughly cleaned that area and copies were back to clean and clear. Thank you for your concern fellow Techs. Keep on sharing.

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    Tricky wiggly line on IR ADV 6255 copy

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    Re: Tricky wiggly line on IR ADV 6255 copy

    This can be an issue on any laser based device, but especially Sharp. You must minutely examine everything within 1" of the drum surface. Lint or fiber can statically cling to a drum blade, cleaning lamps, or a nearby crossmember, and when the drum is charged up that fiber dances. I'd see this especially after a PM. You wipe down literally everything within 1" of the drum, put it together, and find that you've moved your nearly invisible fiber 2" to one side or the other. =^..^=
    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
    1) demonstrate that you've read the manual
    2) demonstrate that you made some attempt to fix it.
    3) if you're going to ask about jams include the jam code.
    4) if you're going to ask about an error code include the error code.
    5) You are the person onsite. Only you can make observations.

    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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