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Hp 1505n laser jet, Makes clicking noises when printing. Slight smear on left side of page.

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There are two things that can cause print quality problems and a noises. One being the toner cartridge and the other being the fuser assembly. If you have already replaced the toner cartridge and it did not take care of the problem then the fuser may need to be replaced. You can take it to a local printer repair shop to get it fixed.

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