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HP LJ1100 Paper Feed

HP LJ1100 Paper Feed

HP LJ1100 Paper Feed

(OP)
I have an 1100 Laserjet that I have already replaced the paper separator and the feed roller on. But, it is still pulling in multiple papers on every print. Any ideas?

RE: HP LJ1100 Paper Feed

I seem to be having the same problem with a HP4050TN.

RE: HP LJ1100 Paper Feed

One of the biggest contributors to paper feed problems in ALL printers is the relative humidity level.  When the paper gets damp (not enough for a human to notice), it tends to stick together.

Are you in an environment that is humidity controlled?

RE: HP LJ1100 Paper Feed

(OP)
Thanks for the info but I solved my print problem. One of the springs behind the piece that kicks the paper forward was just completely missing.

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