Re: I have 2 1320 printers, with different problems.
Http://www.computercarefiles.com/hp_docs/lj_1160_1320/kit_instructions.pdf for step-by-step instructions - the fuser part is 16 pages long. Removal of 15-20 screws, a fan, duplex gears, 6-8 block connectors, and a good hour of my time, now I need to find time to strip the good fuser from the other printer and rebuild this one. Having worked on Laserjet 4s and 5s, which require the removal of 2 (TWO ! !) screws for the fuser, HP have gone right down in my estimation. Don't even start this unless the printer is vital to the situation, or you know for sure the customer will pay the labour charge, or labour is cheap.Good luck.
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Turn your printer off, take out cartridge and paper tray and open all access points to your printer look inside with a light it takes only a small amount of paper to make your printer have this error. Do not use any sharp objects to remove the paper as this can damage your fuser if you do have paper jammed some times using a can of air or something to blow the printer out may release it. If you still have paper jam after turning printer back on I suggest taking it to a certified technichan who can dismantle the printer to remove paper jam for you.
If the pattern repeats down the feed path of the paper, then a roller is causing it. The toner cartridge replaces the transfer drum, the fuser roller remains in the printer. Since your old cartridge does not show this problem the fuser roller sounds to be fine. Return the recently purchased toner for a replacment, you should be fine. If not then a proper cleaning by a certified technician would be in order.
the reason why its doing that is your fuser needs to be refurbed. the teflon film of the fuser in your printer heats up alot and under the film is a silicon heat resistant compound that turns powdery or drieds out after a while. if the film is ok then your fuser only needs to be cleaned and regreased with new compound and then your printer is as good as new again
try to check the maintenance kit of you printer, the possible cause of that are the two main parts of fuser assembly one is the upper roller which is the fixing assembly w/ fuser sleeve try to look at it if it has a silicon paste, if not apply a silicon. the other one is the lower roller which is the pressure roller. check it if you think that it's soo soft rather than the original you need to replace it..
when you done that things your unit is good condition again..
maybe your fuser assembly has a problem with fuser sleeves i think it's lack of silicon paste which is causing the jam on your fuser assembly. try to apply a silicon paste if have it but if not you need to drop it on a service center
We have 2 of these in different offices that occasionally have the same problem. The web browser doesnt respond and the only way to get the printer to work again is to switch it off & on. We tried a brand new 1320 and this has the same problem. We solved it by fiting a timer to the mains lead so the printer is switched off at night.
No firmware upgrades from HP and we've tried all sorts of drivers but the problem seems to be it doesnt like being left on for long periods of time