2. Horizontal Stripe Test Print (PG>TYPE=10, 16)
Use a horizontal test print to check the density of a dark area of each color, balance among
colors, and white lines in reference to development.
a. Density of a Dark Area of Each Color and Balance of Colors
The density must not be appreciably low (light).
If the density is too low (light) for a single color, suspect a fault in the developing assembly of
If the density is too low (light) for all colors, suspect a fault in the laser system.
b. White Lines in Development
If white lines are noted in a cyan area only of the copy, suspect a fault in the cyan developing
c. Uneven Density between Left and Right
If uneven density between left and right is noted for all colors in the same way, suspect a fault
in the height of the primary charging wire. If it is noted for a specific color only, suspect dirt on
the developing roll and butting block.
d. Left/Right Image Position
If the position of the cassette holder or ADJ-X, Y is wrong, the image position on the drum and
that of copy paper will not match, eliminating the non-image width.
Such a condition can cause toner to fly astray, soiling the inside of the copier.
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