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Broken carriage belt

The carriage belt broke on my copier and I cant seem to find one. Could you tell me if HP has replacement belts?

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Yea they do http://www.everprint.com/online/simdetail.asp?partno=C4557-40049 I think that would fit.

Posted on Aug 03, 2007

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