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HP 6110 Machine keeps ticking, cartridge is in place, will not stop ticking. Tried the solution of cleaning glass inside and out, pressing buttons as the machine comes back on... etc, still keeps on ticking. I believe it is the stepping motor?. Any suggestions on where I can purchase a Mitsumi M35SP-9T stepping motor? Or, any other suggestions on fixing?

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Hi. Where I can to buy stepping motor M35SP-9T for HP Colour LaserJet 2820. Thanks

Posted on Jun 22, 2010

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I unplugged it, plugged it back in, and opened the lid right away--before the clicking started. It took a while, but it eventually spit out a blank piece of paper, then I took out and reinserted the ink cartridges. Then I closed the lid, and it didn't make the clicking noise again. Could be a coincidence; this happened a year ago and I can't remember what fixed it that time, but it took days.

Posted on Aug 16, 2007

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I photocopied a document and it seemed to cure the ticking sound.

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Kimmy, Mine is doing the exact same thing. I keep getting the clicking noise in the lower right side of the scanner. I have turned it off and on up to 50 times and sometimes it works and so I try to never turn it off. Tom

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Is the ticking sound coming from the right side near the bottom? Or the left side near the top. If it is the right bottom then you're looking at a service station. If it is the left top then a scanner unit. Scanner unit is not available from Hp. You can try dismantling and cleaning all mirrors and lenses (usually doesn't work). If it is the service station, you are probably going need parts that are not availble.

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This could be due to faulty, low ink level or Scanner glass not clean.

Remove the cartridge and Clean the electrical contacts ( tiny golden contacts ) with lint free cloth. Open the scanner glass and wipe the glass for any dust particules.
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4. Place the alignment page onto the scanner glass.
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I just noticed in the link to your forum item that additional text appears that does not appear in the item itself. It looks like you are getting a message telling you to press Enter to align your print carriage. This is a common step after you replace an ink cartridge. According to HP.com, here's what you are supposed to do:

"A message will appear in the front panel display requesting that the ink cartridges be aligned. Press Enter to start the cartridge alignment. Two pages will print. Following the instructions printed on the second page, place the first page on the scanner glass in the lower-right corner and then press Enter to finish aligning the cartridges. Remove the page from the scanner glass when complete".

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Does the line appear while copying or printing ?

To isolate the issue try to print a self test page :

1. Press and hold the Cancel button and then press the Start Copy Color button.

2. Release both buttons. The self-test page prints.

If you see lines on the test page then the issue is with the cartridge or cartridge contacts. Clean the cartridge and cartridge contacts inside the printer.

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The contacts inside the printer may also require cleaning. Using a clean, dry, lint-free cloth. Gently wipe the contacts, from the top to the bottom.
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If you do not see lines on the test page. Place the same test page on the scanner glass and make a color copy. If the lines are on the copied Image the issue is with the scanner glass.
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  2. Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
  3. Unplug the power cord from the back of the all-in-one.
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  6. Dry the glass with a chamois, cellulose sponge or soft cotton cloth to prevent spotting.
  7. Clean the white scanner backing with a soft dry cloth or sponge slightly moistened with water, and allow it to dry.
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