Question about HP LaserJet 3200se Printer
My hp 3200se produces printed copies with a single vertical blackish-grey line from the top of the page to the bottom. How do I remove this irritating line? Thanks.
This is a fairly common problem - it happens when some toner accidentally gets on one of the rollers that feeds the paper through the machine. This problem will often fix itself (i.e., once the loose toner has rubbed off on a few sheets of paper, it will not be on the roller anymore), but if you continue to have the problem, try using a damp cloth or paper towel to wipe off any loose toner on the rollers or the inside of the machine (you might need to remove the toner cartridge in order to reach parts of the feeding path. Be careful not to get the toner on your skin or clothing, since it stains.
Once you've gotten any loose toner off the rollers, you should no longer have a problem with lines in your copies. If the problem recurs frequently, it may be a sign of a defective toner cartridge (which releases more toner than it's supposed to).
I hope this helps - please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
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