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When I am printing, there is a loud noise. Like something is not rotating correctly. Everything prints good, but that noise is really loud. It seems to happen when it feeds paper.

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Hello there,

If there is a loud and buzzing noise inside it, the encoder strip, or the one that guides teh cartridge must be dirty. this causes buzzing sounds and mis alignment.

another is the rollers having too much paper residue in it.

i would recommend for you to clean the rollers with a lint free cloth and some water (just to dampen it)

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Posted on Mar 19, 2011

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