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Oil Mark How to reduce the oil mark on paper when using heavy weight or extra heavy weight setting. Lot of oil line on the paper surface.

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  • desmond58 Aug 12, 2008

    is that the one with the material something like sponch?

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Assuming you do not have any machine problem, you could try what I do on some jobs............I take a lint free soft cloth and buff the oil residue. Works almost every time and does not take very long.


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Hi friend just u clean oil blade and oil assembly... if u have new blade just change that.. this only sollution for this problem..

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    jai kumar Aug 12, 2008

    thats name oil wick... oil blade touching in small orange and black roller.. its a rough rubber blade.. u clened wick also...

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Blue smudge marks are printing on the edge of the paper


These defects normally occur when printing is attempted on unsupported media or when the printer is set up for a different type of media than the media that is actually loaded into the machine.


Check your media and ensure that it is suitable for use in the printer. Refer to the printer's user manual for information on supported media types and weights. Is the media you are printing on supported in the printer?


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I have a LaserJet 1020 that prints but has a vertical black line on the right margin, and paper is crumpled or jammed all the time. Please help. The printer has not been used that much.


Locate and check the printer drum. You should be able to see the mark that is causing the line on your page. It could be s scratch or a ring of toner that the wiper is not picking up because a nick or something under it. Try cleaning the drum with a very soft dry cloth and inspect it again. If the mark is still there the drum will have to be replaced. Do Not Try To Clean The Drum With Any Type Of Solvent!
The paper pick up fingers and rollers get smooth and polished with use and then slide on the paper. Clean the rollers and pick mechanisms with isopropyl alcohol to rejuvenate them and restore their grip on the paper. Do this as far along the paper path as you can get, using Q Tips where necessary and turn the rollers to clean their whole surfaces.

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I wish to use my HP Photosmart C8180 to print heavy weight cardstock... is there a setting that I can select to do this?


Step Three: Check the paper type Verify that only recommended paper is being used for printing. The recommended paper types and weights for most HP printers include:
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  • Legal size paper, 20 to 24 lb (75 to 90 gsm)
  • Card stock, up to a maximum of 110 lb (200 gsm)
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If you use card stock up to a maximum of 110lb then there should be no special mode to enter to print on this type of paper. Photo paper weighs in at 145 lb maximum which is heavier and can be printed on without selecting any special 'mode.'

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Lexmark e352dn-load manual plain letter message


In most cases if the printer is asking for an unexpected manual feed it is because the paper tray is not set to the right paper size or type. To set the paper size to the most common size and type (letter size plain paper) use the following instructions.

1. Press the Menu button.
2. Press the right arrow key until Paper Menu then press Check Mark.
3. Press the right arrow key until Size/Type then press Check Mark.
4. Press the right arrow key until Tray 1 then press Check Mark.
5. Press the right or left arrow key until Letter then press Check Mark.
6. Press the right or left arrow key until Plain then press Check Mark.
7. Press the back button until Ready is displayed.

This will set up your printer tray for plain letter paper and should relieve the manual feed error unless yourcomputer is sending other paper size/type settings.

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The ink wont stick to the paper it wipes right off


1.Set the paper attributes for the corect paper weight
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Hp 4250 manuall feed heavy paper message


You'll have to set up the paper settings within the copier to reflect heavy paper for the bypass tray. You'll need to make this a default setting. Then when you print out with heavy paper via the print drivers it should pick up automatically at the printer.

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Black ink mark


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Thick marks on photo paper


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You don't say whether the mark is a dent/dinge in the paper or whether it is a dirty or inky mark. If it is one of the rollers pressing and making a dinge in the paper you need to check for flat spots on the rollers. Do check all the rollers as the problem may be caused by another roller not gripping properly or the feed rolls being twisted therefore the one where the dinge occurs is over compensating. You can get rid of small flat spots or shiny bits on the roller by GENTLY roughening the roller feed wheels with a fine emery board. This will also clean off any dirty marks on the roller. You can clean dirty marks off the rollers with a non-lint cloth/specialist wipe. (I use baby wipes). Make sure you get rid of all the dust, as this will cause more marks. Clean the platten glass, again with a glass wipe or windowlene to get rid of any marks there. It is also worth taking out the catridges and wiping the ink surfaces. I use kitchen roll and the a baby wipe. Do test the baby wipe first to make sure that it does not damage the printer. If it is possible without taking the printer to pieces wipe the cartridge feed bars. I use a oil based specialist wipe fro this. Another thing that could cause the symptom that you describe is a piece of debris/stuck paper in the feed path. So check that the path is completely clear. You would be amazed at the impact of even a tiny scrap of paper stuck can have.
If you printer has a clean cartridge utility, do that for both cartidges and run the alignment routine before using the printer again. Print a test page to check that you have got rid of all the marks.
Good Luck Please send me feedback so that I know that this fixed the problem.
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