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Pulled off something while removing jammed paper

I have this peice of "tape" that came off when I was pulling out a jammed piece of paper...Now I cant figure out where it goes or where to get a replacement.

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  • nickolem123 May 15, 2009

    Once it jammed it started blinking at me, then I pulled that peice off... I closed the front, and pressed resume... It makes a hard bang noise now when it tries to move the cartridges back across. The tape has some "part information" on the end... It says,

    c9017-80043

    03.05

    087

  • nickolem123 May 15, 2009

    THis is how HP lists it... That wouldn't make it non opperational would it? And they show it not orderable?

    C9017-80034
    Absorber - Absorbs excess black ink during the cleaning process

  • nickolem123 May 15, 2009

    It's a couple of years old... I doubt the store will do anything.This tape runs all the way across the printer on the inside. clear on either side, but kind of "tinted" in the middel.

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    is the tape semi-reg?

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    you sure it is from the printer?

    usually there is no tape like thing after the initial shipping tapes are removed.

    tunr on the printer and try to print something, if it works without any problem, then the tape must be some thing you didn't remove before of it s stucked on the paper before it got jamed.

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See if the printer works- if not take it back to the store, things should not fall off that easily. Nor taped in such a way that damages your printer. But, if you had the printer a while- Look to the other side of the printer and see if you see another piece like the other piece. Perhaps that will give you a clue as to where it goes. If this didn't help, describe what the piece looks like and where you removed the tape.
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Posted on May 15, 2009

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    John Viguers May 15, 2009

    Oh, that tape. I am pretty sure you can say, "new printer". That is the instruction strip that controls your printer, which you should not touch (it seems to sensitive). I really thought it was tape that they pack in the printers. Sorry for the miss understanding on my part.

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