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HP printer making papers to be bended/ curved when printing

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Check if there is a small piece of paper stucked across paper way.

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I have two 1710n dell printers that when they print, the lines ar curved and non of the words are in a straight row


If both of the printers have seperate toner and drum cartridges, then it is probably a feed roller issue ( one side is pulling the paper more than the other, causing a curved line ). One trick to try would be to print a page, and pull the power cord halfway through the print. Open the printer and remove the paper and drum and toner and look on the drum. If the latent text is curved on the drum, Then replace both. It is odd that you have two printers that are having the same issue though, especially if you have two drum and toner units. Also, check to make sure that the paper is seated properly in the paper tray, if there is too much play around the paper, the printer may not feed the paper properly. With physical access to the printers, a tech should be able to figure out the problem fairly quickly.

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Up to what weight paper can I use in my HP Color Laserjet 2600n


Usually you can print up to about 60lb paper. You may be able to go as high as 90-110 (card stock) if the paper print path is straight thorugh. If you printer has a rear paper door then you can try heavier paper. Usually 40-60 is safe for printer without a rear door/heavy paper path.

The problem is that the heavier paper cannot bend around the rollers inside. So if it is setup to allow heavy paper it runs through flat and out the back instead of curling around and out the top as normal.

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The photo paper does not feed into printer. I


Get hold of the photocard and try, with your fingers, to curve the end that goes into the printer first so that it doesnt resist as the machine tries to pick it. Just curve/bend it little upwards, not downwards. Usually this kind of problem is temporal and happens especially when the card is a bit too hard for the machine.

Dec 09, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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I AM TRYING TO PRINT HEAVY STOCK CHRISTMAS CARDS -


If its heavier than 60 to 105 gsm (16 to 28 lb), then your printer can not take that type.
HP Specifications
Unless there is a manual feed on the back, the paper won't be able to bend well inside of the printer, hence the jam.

Nov 29, 2009 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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HP 6940 rejects 8.5" X 11" glossy photo paper for printing


Is it a front feed and then the output is also goes out to the front? Coz if your glossy paper is to tough that it will not bend easily, this is what you get. Why not try to use a thin and more flexing photo paper if the outcome will be the same.

Usually when using thick paper the most desirable printer should be a top feed-front output with almost less than 90 degree bend.

Apr 24, 2009 | HP Deskjet 6940 InkJet Printer

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Envelope printing


I have an older, but similar, 5510 model with the same problem. A partial solution that works about 75% of the time is to tuck the envelope flap inside the envelope and give the end of the envelope that is to feed into the machine a slight curve by gentlly bending it on both sides. Then make sure there are only a few sheets of paper in the paper tray (less than 1/8" thick stack). Position the envelope so it is only about 1/2" from the end of the paper in the tray so the feed rollers have to transport it into the machine. I also have to set the margin for the return address in Word to be 1" from the edge of the paper so it prints in proper position, but this may be a problem with my Word 2000.

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Paper


hi,

maybe the pressure roller of your printer is nearly defective and this caused a paper jam and bend of your print out..

try to drop it to the service center so that defective parts will fixed..

rey

Oct 31, 2008 | HP LaserJet 3050 All-In-One Printer

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Printer R300


make sure you have the paper where it hits the part that sucks in the page to be printed (you can see the gray stucture by removing the paper and looking into where the paper is put) this might cause your papers, if you have a small amount, to bend to where the dip of the curve is facing the front of the printer. *Also the best way to prevent this is by having a LOT of paper where its fed (if the bending thing doesn't work.* Also the clicking noise is the sucking part not getting a piece of paper. This is because the paper not inserted correctly means that the pronter detects that paper is in the pronter but it can't get it.

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It is not grabbing the paper to print


it could be from the material you are using, maybe too glossy, or the paper feed roller itself is dirty,yo can clean this first w damped cloth, thats why t is slipping, or the lead edge of your paper is somehow bended, crumpled, pls make sure you check this things.

Aug 01, 2008 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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My 1280 cant print on card


perhaps this needs to be sent in from rear feed tray? usually higher stock papers won't bend as readily.


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