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I have a Hp Laserjet 4000n printer. Whenever i try to print the paper is printed but it does not come out and is jammed under the catridge and it displays error 13.5 all the time. can someone please help me figure out.

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It sounds like the fuser roller is not turning.

Remove two small caps, unscrew the fuser fuser and remove it.

Rough up the red roller with Scotch Brite

Oil the black bearings on the top roller.

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