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Roller marks on my printed page

HP Officejet 7000 809a series
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when I am printing a color print job I am getting black ink roller marks on my finished page. Most of the time in the same place but occassionally it moves to another spot on the page.  It shows up over another printed color on the page, like green or blue. I printed 5 pages without that happening and now I can't get a page to print that doesn't have the roller marks.

 

I've cleaned the printhead and all ink levels are full. I don't see any ink on the rolls that move the paper through the printer.

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Hi,

 

Kindly click on the following link to resolve the print quality issue.

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01758227

 

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I went through all of those steps prior to posting on this forum.

 

Thank you,

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Roller marks on my printed page

I had to select a different type of paper in order for the roller marks to go away.  I chose automatic.  Instead of sending me a generic fix that I already have access to it would have been more helpful if you had asked a few more questions to find the issue. I called the HP help desk and a very nice guy took the time to ask some questions and walk me through a couple of steps.

 

thanks,

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