Question about HP COLOUR LASERJET CP4525DN Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Black lines on the right side
The vertical black line at the right-hand side of the page when the printed document includes an image is a problem with all currently available HP Laserjet 1018, 1020 and 1022 drivers. While waiting for HP to fix the problem (they haven't even acknowledged it yet in their webpage) you can bypass it thus: a) Click on the 'Properties' button. b) Click on 'Finishing' and select 'FastRes1200' (this makes the line narrower). c) Click on 'Basics' and select 'Rotated', i.e. printing the page from bottom to top (this elliminates the line completely, in combination with 'b' above). This is a home-made solution I found after numerous trial-and-error attempts and having downloaded several drivers from the web. As a token respect to all of us who have paid money to buy these printers, I hope HP will soon recognize and solve the problem.
Posted on Sep 25, 2007
Did you carefully inspect all through the paper path for some fuzz, or a small piece of paper smearing the print?
The other issue would be the fuser. Do you see any reprinting of images or letters in that area?
What you can do is set the machine to print 2 or more pages and open a cover or turn off the power to jam the prints in the machine. See if the line is on the drum or not. If not then you have a fuser roller issue which would require replacing the fuser.
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
SOURCE: light grey vertical line
I believe there are 3 possible causes for this issue; toner drum, fuser or transfer roller - more than likely I would dismantle the printer and check for lines on the fuser. But just in case remove the toner and carefully release the flap to reveal the toner drum - if that is scored and the lines correspond to those on the print-out thats the cause.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
when I opened the front door to the cartridge compartement there was a green line of toner on the feed belt, I wiped it off. then I slightly closed the door to open the toner cartridges and found the one creating the mark and cleaned it.
no more line
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
There is something on your scanner glass. Clean the glass with glass cleaner. If this happens when using the automatic document feeder, open the top side cover where the paper feeds into. There is a narrow glass strip there. Clean that as well.
If this fails, the scanner head has a bad sector on the CCD and will need to be replaced. You will probably find that it will be cheaper to replace the printer entirely if that is the case.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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