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  • blotchy bue and green on Versant 2100

    Have a 11 x 8.5 brochure (2 up, 4/4) I am trying to print on our Versant 2100. Printing on a Lynx 70lb text uncoated 104 gsm long grain sheet 13 x 19. There is a heavy blue and green bar that is coming out blotchy. The blue is far worse. Makeup of the blue is 88C 64M 0Y 0K

    I have tried playing with transfer settings for both M and C, run cleaning, tried adjusting the fusing temperatures all with no luck.

    Colour drums are all fairly new and 85% life and up. Anyone have any thoughts on what I can do here to get a smooth solid blue and green?



    Thanks





  • #2
    Hi Wonderings,
    We had similar issues and found it was due to moisture content of paper. Try a freshly opened pack and see the difference.

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    • #3
      Usually this can be corrected with a 2nd bias transfer voltage adjustment. Sorry it has been a little time since I was around one and forget how to get to the setting to adjust.

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      • #4
        I second both of their ideas and also check the developer.

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        • #5
          One or more of your developers is leaking.

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