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Hp p3005n trouble

Repetitive black marks on part

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Repetitive flaws in the printout can indicate problems with the fusing assembly, charging roller, image drum, paper feed rollers, or other parts. The key is to measure how far apart each print defect is as measured from the top of the page to the bottom. For example, if the distance between the first defect and the next is 3.75 inches, the problem is the image drum. You can find a list of the measurements at:

HP Support document HP Support Center

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Make sure there is not another piece of small paper already in the unit.
if no paper then
try replace toner
if that doesn't then your rollers need to be replaced.

Posted on Dec 13, 2007

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