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SQUEAKING PRINTER


If it is squeaking when it is trying to pick up the paper then check the Paper Feed system.
If it is squeeking as it tries to print. Then it will be either the Cartridge or the Drum unit.
If it is squeaking from the back of the machine as the page is fed through the fuser then check the fuser is free moving.

Replacing the faulty unit will fix the squeaking. Be that the Paper Feed System/Drum/Toner/Fuser.

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I have an hp lj4350 that squeaks only when printing from tray 2


There are three rollers. One in the tray and two in the feed assembly. Could be the registration assembly but I have not replaced many of these.

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My P2055DN is making a squeaking noise while printing. Not that big of a deal I guess just annoying. I hope nothing major is on the horizon. Please advise if I should worry about this or not. It...


If you are printing invoices from the MP tray the pickup roller might be squeaking against the separation pad (common with this design). Other common squeak is toner cartridge noise.

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Xerox 6250 squeaks when printing


The image unit 108R00591 is known to squeak.

You can also isolate the motors in diags. (Power-on the machine holding the back arrow and the "i" button and scroll to Motors) If any of them squeak then you have another suspect.

Jul 20, 2010 | Xerox Phaser 6250N Printer

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Printer is squeaking when printing.


Before digging too deep, try removing the toner cartridge and powering on. The printer will make a short run cycle and you can listen for the squeak. Many times it's just the toner or drum and you don't need expensive repairs, just a cartridge.

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Printer squeaks when printing


remove the fuser wiper if the noise is still present remove the fuser and turn by hand. fuser bearings will cause this

Aug 28, 2009 | Lexmark T632 Laser Printer

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Squeaky HP printer


Typically the squeaking comes from the toner cartridge. If you just purchased it, take it back, it's bad. If you can find an identical printer, swap cartridges and see if it makes a difference.

May 27, 2009 | HP LaserJet 1300 Printer

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HP LJ P2015DN making noise/squeaking


Hi,
As you mentioned that the printer makes loud grinding noise or squeaking when page comes out than i feel this is the noise coming out due to faulty fuser.
I want to be sure so please open the rear bin and try to print if still noise comes than i m sure it is fuser.
If there are smudges on the printed page or if some film coating is coming out with printed page than fuser roller are physically damage.
However in this case i assume fuser is faulty.
If there opening the rear bin noise goes off than top output rollers are faulty.

Thanks and Regards
Neeraj Sharma

Feb 18, 2009 | HP LaserJet P2015dn Printer

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Squeak


PHOTPSMART PRINTER 4180 MAKES SQUEAK SOUND WHEN SCANNIN

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Squeaking noise when printing


This is a duplicate posting; here is the link to the active posting: http://www.fixya.com/support/t132706-squeaking_noise_when_printing

Feb 02, 2007 | HP Color LaserJet 5500hdn Printer

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