BSD Models: C2240 (CS622), XC2235 (CX522), XC2240 (CX622), XC4240 (CX625) Channel Models: C2335 (CS321) , C2425 (CS421) , C2535 (CS521), MC2325 (CX321), MC2425 (CX421), MC2535 (CX522)
What you will see
A single tree or multiple trees appear on a printed page.
Check the condition of the paper loaded into the tray.
To do this, remove the paper from the tray and look for the presence of waves or ripples in the stack of paper.
If waves are visible, then load the tray with a fresh ream or stack of paper.
|2||If it is not possible to load a fresh ream of paper, then try flipping the paper over and rotating it, so that the opposing leading-edge is feeding into the printer first. |
|3||Move the printer to a less-humid environment, or allow the paper to condition / acclimate (in an open ream) in the operating environment for more than 24 hours.|
|4||Should issue persist, please contact Lexmark Technical Support for further assistance.|
High humidity environments and an uneven distribution of moisture absorbed by the paper creates these waves. The side effect is vertical buckling or folding of the page as it passes through the printer's paper path, and the tiny ripples or branches are finally flattened and ironed by the fuser.
If you need additional assistance, please go to the Lexmark support site, type your printer model and locate Get in Touch with Lexmark! for contact information.
NOTE: When calling for support, you will need the following:
- Printer model
- Printer serial number
- Toner/imaging unit/waste toner bottle part number and serial number (for supply-related issues)
Please be near the product/s described in this article to expedite the support process and reduce callbacks.
LEGACY ID: SO8583