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HP laserjet 3030 cycling and clicking on startup and after use

When I turn on my Laserjet 3030, the message "Scanner bulb warming up" appears and a red exclamation point, green phone by the fax button, and ready light flash for half a minute. Then the bar with the light moves below the glass about an inch and sounds like it is trying to move the wrong way past the edge of the glass but hitting something making a loud click about four times. (This is not something that happened when the machine was new.) It can cycle through this routine for minutes until I turn it off. Today I turned it off and pulled out the plug for a couple minutes and after I powered it on again it started up and was able to make 3 copies. But this behavior starts a minute after most uses of the machine and on turning on the switch if it has been turned off. It often only stops when you turn off the switch and often starts when I turn it on again

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HP laserjet 3030 cycling and clicking on startup and after use

PeterBud,

 

I am sorry, but to get your issue more exposure I would suggest posting it in the commercial forums since this is a commercial printer. You can do this at http://h30499.www3.hp.com/hpeb/ .

I hope this helps.

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