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Weird one, suddenly my CLX-6260 is printing blank pages when tring to print duplex, one or two single sides may be ok. Its fine when I print single sided. Its as if its loosing the image. I'm printing inraw mode, tried reinstalling driver and resetting memory of printer, different computer shows same problem. XPS driver and normal driver. Was working fine......

 

 

 

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Fixed it 🙂

 

Turned out to be that actuator solenoid that causes problems on these (Generates error A1-4111), the pad on the face of the solenoid had become sticky and when it was doing  double sided printing it was sticking/slow to react. Also changed the pad on the metal spring loaded plate.

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Duplex copying still works :-(, so probably not a physical thing. Will try and talk to it directly via USB

 

(Meant to say I am printing over a network)

 

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Fixed it 🙂

 

Turned out to be that actuator solenoid that causes problems on these (Generates error A1-4111), the pad on the face of the solenoid had become sticky and when it was doing  double sided printing it was sticking/slow to react. Also changed the pad on the metal spring loaded plate.

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