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When printing with my HP Colour LaserJet 4650dn, grey lines appear on the document vertically. Help?!?

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SOURCE: HP LaserJet 1020 Prints a Black Line when at the right side when using Ms Word 2007

First, you need to try update the latest microsoft office patch file from microsoft or you can open the MS Word, go to "HELP" menu select the update MS Word or related. Try the latest patch file first. You also can try windows update and select custom update, see their list have this problem solution or not. Second, you need to go to HP website download latest driver for LJ1020 and suitable use on Vista. Lastly, if still not solve the problem, you need this problem/issue to microsoft, ask their solutions. Kent

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SOURCE: HP LaserJet 4 printing vertical lines all down and across page

sounds like your fuser assembly needs to be repaired. you can get the parts online fot about $40USD.

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SOURCE: HP 2600n prints some blue vertical lines

1 of 2 things: First, check yuor Cyan cartridge and make sure that it is not leaking. It may have a bad seal. If you replace it with a known good toner, the imaging unit (the black acetate thing) will need to be replaced. This is also a consumable unit.

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SOURCE: Lines on copy/scan/fax

You have something on your "scanner glass", the narrow piece of glass that the scanner "looks" through during adf use. Get some window cleaner or rubbing alcohol and clean it with a damp cloth. Often, it's correction fluid (Liquid Paper). A little dot is all it takes because the paper is traveling across the dot, effectively drawing a line down the length of the page.

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SOURCE: HP Laserjet 1200 prints pdf documents slow

pdf documents are historically slow, they usually depend on how they are created and how many attachments or upgrades have been added to the document. this accounts for some of the variations of speed the documents are printed.

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