Question about HP LaserJet 1320 Printer
Vertical lines, ghosting, streaks, and dots usually indicate a problem with the fuser when it doesn't regulate temperature correctly. When this happens the toner sticks to the drums and then copies the impression on successive pages, or gets scratched by the sand papery build up making lines as each sheet goes through.
Horizontal lines, page dusting, and vacant areas on the page are usually the toner or the drum, which on most printers are one unit.
If you have replaced the cartridge and the problem didn't go away, you probably have to replace the fuser.
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Cartridges: Most of these problems are related to the toner cartridge. If you don't have another cartridge to test it you can diagnose the problem another way. Put a sheet of paper in tray 1. Run a configuration page with your hand on the power switch. When the page reaches midway, turn the power off. You may have to do this a couple more times to get the timing correct. Now that you have stopped the paper midway, carefully remove the cartridge and the paper from the machine. Inspect it to see if the problem exists before it reached the fuser. If it does then it is in the cartridge, or possibly it could be in the Laser or scanner assembly. If it does not, then you have a bad fuser assembly. Remove the fuser and inspect it.
It could also be the transfer roller:
When the transfer roller begins to fail, one of the first signs of trouble will be black streaks on the paper. If you notice black marks on the sides of your printouts, chances are your LaserJet printer has a transfer roller that has begun to wear out. These black marks look like tire treads, so if you see that type of pattern it is important to order a replacement transfer roller and install it as soon as possible.
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