I am getting what looks like roller marks down one side of the page which started quite suddently towards the end of life of one cartridge. However, this hasn't improved with the new cartridge, cleaning rollers etc.
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Re: HP lazerjet 1320
If your roller mark seems grayish it could be cause by a dirty roller in the paper path, open up your printer and clean with alcohol, there were some cases that the rollers were somehow softened and causing mark along the prints if this is the case you need to send thi to a tech for a part replacement
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The two common things that cause this type of problem are: 1) low toner - remove the toner and shake it from side to side to distribute the toner evenly in the cartridge to test. If the print gets better then you need to get a new toner cartridge because your is almost out. 2) The transfer roller that charges the paper to allow the toner to transfer to the page is worn out and will need to be replaced. The roller is user replaceable and comes in the maintenance roller kit that you can get here: http://www.ccl-la.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=71 Replacing the rollers takes about 10 minutes or less.
I hope this helps you get your print going again. BuddyMc
if you see brown marks on the center top of your page then its your feed roller... hp feed rollers come out easy... Get some rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer solution and clean with a paper towel... Make sure to dry your feed rollers then put them back in... that should clear up your issue... if that still does not work you may need to replace feed rollers
you may need to poke down the absorber foams below the ink cartridges. See if accumulations of blotted ink takes place. Wipe it or spray some windex. You may also need to wipe the roller with dampened clothe. Printed of the ink cartridge ma also need to be clean. Softly press it in a towel moistened with alcohol to remove ink residue in the print head.
may be it caused by your printer roller not work properly, try to clean roller, if not work check the roller, case off printer and see the roller may be the roller gear ware not work properly and caused noise
Get the toner cartridge out from the printer, move the plastic cover so you can se the light green roller. On both ends of the roller are gear wheels, use your fingers to rotate them and see if there is any toner on the green roller (lines). Check if there is some piece of paper or some dust or dirt on the roller, and if there is, gently wipe it with the dry soft cloth. If the problem persist, try changing the toner cartridge.
Unplug the power cord and open the cover and remove toner and try to look I inside around the roller and try to manually roll the roller and if you can see the paper try to pull is slowly. Have a nice day and do not forget to rate please...!
Most likely the heat roller is breaking down in the fuser. The fuser must be replaced. But before going that far, replace the toner cartridge, as it may have a bad cleaning blade. 85% of all print quality defects are cartridge related. This particular model of machine has a very brittle heat roller that more often than not wears out prematurely. This is true across the board for all of the newer HP low end laser printers unfortunately.