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Image Distortion

When using heavy card stock the ghost image of what had been printed before appears on the current print, enough to be annoying and distorting. What could be the cause of that? I am thinking it is due to remanufactured toner but I could be wrong. Possible bad drum or tranfer roller? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Image Distortion

Hi ccrafford,

Welcome to the Community! Can you please tell us what type of Xerox printer you are having this problem on? This will help out others with assisting you.

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PamY-Xerox
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It is a 6360N sorry for the omission :smileyhappy:

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Re: Image Distortion

Just a couple of quick suggestions without knowing too many specifics.

 

1) Check with your local support tech and make sure that the paper is rated for the machine that you are using.

 

2) I find that we used to get a lot of ghosting when we didn't properly set the paper types to the according GSM's.

 

Good luck, hope that helps.

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@RGray86 wrote:

Just a couple of quick suggestions without knowing too many specifics.

 

1) Check with your local support tech and make sure that the paper is rated for the machine that you are using.

 

2) I find that we used to get a lot of ghosting when we didn't properly set the paper types to the according GSM's.

 

Good luck, hope that helps.


+1. That's almost invaraibly the cause for it, in my experiences. There is usually nothing wrong with the machine, it's just that it can't handle certain types of paper. Replica Watches Rolex Replica Watches Swiss Replica Watches Replica Watches

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