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I have a HP 1320 printed and when pages are printed there is a area on the right side of page about 3/8" wide that prints lightly from the top of the page to the bottom.  I have search for an anwser and have not found any answer nere and on other forums.  Anybody have a solution for this.

 

Thanks

Terry

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That sounds like a toner problem...

Have you tried a different one ?

If you don't have another...Pull the toner out & give it a good shake...then retry it...

If that corrects the problem...it means that your toner is probably low...and I'd be thinking about dealing with that...

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Open all paper cassette trays.
Place a single sheet of letter-sized paper in Tray 1.
From the Control Panel, select and print the Configuration page.
Watch the trailing end of the page in Tray 1 as it advances into the printer. When the trailing end of the page is about to disappear into the printer, open the top cover to stop the print process.
Remove the toner cartridge and examine the partially printed page. If the print defect does not appear on the page, the defect is most likely occurring as paper passes through the fuser. If the defect does appear on the page, it is most likely occurring elsewhere and is not related to the fuser

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Thanks, I tried both suggestions and it appears to have resolved the problem.  Thanks again, Merry Christmas and God Bless.

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Great! 

 

Thanks for letting us know.! 

 

Happy Christmas! 

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Hello i have HP 1320 peinter installed in windows 7 32 bit every time i print a file it give me a error message and not print again in 5 mints.

BLPRO An error has occured in your application.
if you choose ignore, you should save your work in a few file.
If you choose Close, your application will terminate.

Please tell me what can i do??
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