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Repetitive paper jam in the fuser area in a LaserJet P3005dn

Well i have this problem on two P3005 now and i heard that some other people got the exact same problem, but only with this printer model.

I've never seen this problem on any other HP Laser Printer yet, and we got many 2420, 2430, 2100, 2200 and 2300 printers. Even on P2015, never got this serious problem.

So it starts with intermittent jams, but you need to shut down the printer and start it again to fix the problem. Then it's all the time.

So as i said i have two printers with the problem, one i cant use anymore, and the other one still works for now.

What happens exacly is that the paper is taken up to the toner and goes all the way to the fuser but stops there. In fact, the paper is folding trying to enter the fuser. The page is completly printed but has never got in the fuser so the ink isnt dry yet. So to remove it i have to gently pull the paper towards me but i would say that not even 1 inch of paper was in the fuser so it goes out easily.

So i tried a cold reset, then tried a different Fuser and an other toner cartige but still nothing. I start to suspect something about the fuser gears or motor.

Any ideas?

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    Martin Metivier Jun 04, 2009

    Hi, thanks for the answer. Can you be more specific about the solution on this one?

    i'm not familiar with some terms here, what's the upper film and should i try to clean the gears or something else?

    thanks, that would be very appreciated

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Your lower press roller in the fuser may not be turning all of the time since it is driven by the upper film. Rough them up with Scotch Brite Pads

Happened a lot on hp 4000's

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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