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Makes screeching noise

Hello, The noise sounds like it needs to be oiled. Can this be fixed? Does it mean the printer is going to die? Thank you Nancy

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No, it can be because of dust or might be need some oil as well. it can be fixed, just clean the printer.

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SOURCE: hp laserjet makes a continuous screeching noise when plugged in and will not print.

I have an identical situation. I have isolated the source of the loud screech to the (laser scanner assembly) p/n RGO-1041. The unit is located underneath the top cover, where the printed paper rests after it is ejected. I had to remove the right and left side covers, then remove the three screws holding down the top cover. There are two screws up front and one to the rear, it then lifts straight up. The laser scanner has a ribbon cable, and four purple wires going to it, oh yeah there is a big yellow warning label, so you can't miss it. I hope this helps. Sorry, I accidentally posted this in problem section.

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