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My HP pinter makes a grinding noise when printing, I switched the color cartridge and the problem went away for a while but now it is starting to make the same noise.

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Clean Both the colour cartridges and black cartridge as well

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It's a bad lot. I talked to HP they are aware of the problem and have sent my 3rd replacement which fixed the issue

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    It's a bad lot. I talked to HP they are aware of the problem and have sent my 3rd replacement which fixed the issue

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When you open the left side door of the printer, the fuser is installed on a shelf near the top of the cavity. To remove the fuser, grasp the left and right blue fuser release handles and rotate them to the straight up and down (vertical position. Then lift up on the fuser and remove it from the printer.

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Hi first of all you need to make sure that everything is in good shape on the carriage and the cartridge holder,

also check if you have any broken plastic pieces in the printer.

you mentioned the reset a well
was it a partial or a semi full reset

another thing which we can try is
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2> unplug the power cable while the printer is on
3>press the power button for 30 sec to remove the static
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now let the printer lights blink prompting you to put the cartridges
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I hopped out to HP's support site for stats on your cartridge and found some info at this link:
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