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HP6110 OfficeJet scanner squeaks

My HP6110 OfficeJet has a squeak whenever the scanner assembly moves. It appears to be the pulleys that hold the drive belt. I have disassembled & put some silicone grease, which helps for a few days, but it always comes back. Scanner & other printer functions work fine. I am reluctant to replace it, as otherwise it's been very good.

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Make sure that the scanner is level and not twisted as this will put unnecessary strain on the scanner frame and pulleys. If your system has springs on the pulley cables then this may be the cause of the problem as they may be worn out or chafing or rusted and need replacing.

Also make sure that the guide rails are not obstructed and brush them out and clean thoroughly and if necessary carefully apply some silicone grease to them.

Also check that the carriage assembly is not bent or twisted which will put unnecessary strain on the drive mechanism and pulleys.

Also check that the pulleys are not bent or the pulley mounts are not bent.

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