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My HP F4480 printer makes a loud hammering sound when printing. It otherwise is fine and no jams.

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My HP F4480 printer makes a loud hammering sound when printing. It otherwise is fine and no jams.  I have tried all the solutions suggested in similar posts.  My printer is out of warranty.  Is there anything else I can do.  Using the print  and scan doctor 5.4, I get a Device Status notice with the message that making sure the cartridges are correct.  The color cartridge is low, but still prints,  there is no error message.  The online help option directed me here.  I asked this question a week or so ago, but it does not show my post and there has been no direct response for my individual question.

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JDW02559

 

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@JDW02559, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

Check for any foreign objects inside the printer and make sure there are no damaged parts or jams inside the printer

You may follow the steps from this document - A 'Paper Jam' Message Displays for HP Officejet 4400 (K410), Deskjet Ink Advantage (K209), and Deskj....

 

If the issue persists, this could be due to the wear and tear of the internal printer parts. If the printer is out of warranty, I suggest you use the printer until it functions. Or, upgrade the printer. You may visit Hp Store to check the available printers.

 

Keep me posted for any other assistance.

 

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