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Hp 1100 printer problem

When i print something that is more than one page, it prints over top the previous page. doesn't matter if its 2 pages or more, it will print onto one page. any suggestions to fix this or is it time for a new printer? thanks

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Two possibilities, one the seperation pad is going bad so it's feeding the other paper too soon or the clutch is slipping. most likely the sep pad take a look doesit look really smooth and shiny? try cleaning with alcool or sanding with a very mild sandpaper to take away it's smoothness. Should work for awhile.

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u need to take it to a HP repair service, or if u can open it and replace the separation pad arm tat is located in the printer.
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