Question about HP LaserJet 2420 Printer
When printing we are getting 4 separate marks on the left side of the paper. The marks are from the previous document printed and are 1/4 inch in from edge of paper and 3 inches apart.
1. Check with another cartridge.
2. Replace teflon sleeve if its available or replace fuser assembly.
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its probably a defective toner. If the film on the toner drum is scratched it can cause toner to stick to the drum everytime it spins causing the constant marks.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
Did you change the Toner cartridge? If that did not fix it :
Then the Fuser needs replacing. If you take the Fuser out from the rear, and rotate the drum in it, you will see the marks. You can try to clean it but experience shows that you will have to replace it.
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Posted on Oct 13, 2008
It isn't a fuzer problem it is most likly a image drum problem. To fix you have two choices replace the image drum with a oem part or a refurbished part or replace the printer. sometimes it is cheaper to get a replacement printer than to replace this part.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
Take the toner cartridge out, shake it back and forth, and turn it around in a circle a few time. Put it back in the priter, and print. Order a new toner cartridge.
If this is an inkjet printer, ignore this response.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
Rear Feed, Continuous Forms
Use the rear-feed path for printing on single-thickness,
Use the single-sheet path (top feed) for graphics or charts.
! If you have paper in the paper path, be sure to remove it
before installing rear-feed paper.
1 Lock Lever
2 Upper Tractor Cover
4 Lower Tractor Cover
1 Move the paper lever to the position marked "REAR."
2 Grasp the tabs lift off the paper separator.
3 Pull up on the lock levers and open the tractor covers.
Then, move the right tractor to fit the width of the paper.
4 Place the first two holes in the paper over the tractor pins
on either side. Close the tractor covers.
5 Move the left tractor to align the edge of the paper with
the appropriate reference mark (1). Then, push back the
6 Adjust the position of the right tractor to center the holes
in the paper on the pins. Then, push back the right lock
7 Install the paper separator. Place the wire guide (1) on the
pull-up roller assembly (2).
8 Press FF/LOAD. The paper feeds into the printer.
! The factory default setting for the Top of Form (where
the printing should begin) is one inch down from the top
of the page. To change the setting, see "Using Your
Printer, Top of Form (TOF)."
Top Feed (Single Sheets)
Use the single-sheet path for letterhead stationery, memos,
and individual envelopes.
! If you have continuous-form paper in the path, press
PARK to remove it before loading single sheets.
1 Make sure the printer is on and deselected (SEL light off).
2 Place the paper lever in the position marked "TOP."
3 Open the carriage cover. Raise the paper separator to the
4 Make sure the wire feed guide (1) is secured in the sheet
5 Adjust the paper feed guides (1) for the width of the paper.
Place a sheet of paper in the separator. The paper will feed
into the printer.
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