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gigi_169
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My HP Officejet Pro 8600 has a squeaking noise when something is printing.  It souonds like the rollers need oil.  Where can I get help with this.  Is this a self-fix or do I have to take that heavy printer to a shop?

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Hello gigi_169, and welcome to the HP Forums.

 

I see you are experiencing some roller noise.  I would like to assist.

 

I would recommend performing a power reset.  Disconnect the power cord from the printer and the power outlet, then wait 60 seconds. After 60 seconds, plug the printer back in. Ensure you plug the printer directly to a wall outlet. Make sure to bypass any sort of surge protector or power bar.

 

I would also suggest following the steps laid out in this document on More Than One Page at a Time Feeds through the Printer.  Even though you are not experiencing that error or issue, the steps should help resolve this.

 

Good luck and please let me know the results of your troubleshooting steps. Thank you for posting on the HP Forums.

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Unplugged printer and plugged back into the wall waiting 5 minutes, still squeaking.

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