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My 1610 all in one works fine; we have had it

Our home1610 all in one works fine; we have had it about four years. Lately, it sounds like it needs greasing or some household oil. It makes loud squeaky noises when printing. We use it often, almost daily.

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This printer is made of nearlt all plastic. If it's been constantly used for 4 years then I would say you got your moneies worth. You can't lubricate plastic with any success. Time to replace it.

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