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I think it is a fuser problem, but I am getting a black line when I print or copy something. Any ideas?

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It is related to drum unit also. check your drum unit.

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The fuser is located in the back of the printer. I think it's held in by to screws. It's about hte same size as the toner cartridge. Please visit these websites.

This is the fuser kit.
http://store.printerprinciple.com/products/rm1-3044

The service repair manual.
http://www.scribd.com/doc/15253671/HP-Laserjet-3055-Repair-Manual

Fuser Replacement is on page 170.

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first, the line are in all printing pages, or only when you make copies?,
if the line are in all printing pages, maybe your fuser has damage the fuser film sleeve,(aprox, 10-20 dlls), if only this line are when you make copies, maybe the glass in the scanner are dirty(clean and try).
i expect this solution your problem

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