Replace Rollers On Officejet Pro 1150C

Can anyone help with this?  Every sheet that I print skews the image.  I am ready to fix it.  I have tried every suggestion that has been suggested.  The final suggestion is to replace the rollers.  I believe I can do this and save myself a few bucks (with the help of someone out there who has experience with this model).  I need to know where to order the rollers from (since I am sure there are better prices than HP) and I need a step-by-step guide to replacing them.  Any suggestions on this one?
Each of these is worth 100 points.  If one person can answer both I will double the points value.  If one person hits the bullseye on only one of the questions, then I will post a "Points for ..." question to award the other 100.
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slink9Asked:
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jhanceConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I've had good results with a product from Caig Labs called CaiKleen rubber rejuvinator.  

You can get it in the US from MCM Electronics (http://www.mcmelectronics.com).  

Their part number is 200-216.
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GtristCommented:
Try partsnowinc.com (800)886-6688 for purchasing HP printer parts. They have pretty good prices, and they can most likely quote you the cost on the maintenance manual.
I need to look and see what I have on this unit before I can commit to helping you with installation instructions.

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slink9Author Commented:
jhance,
You have done better than all of the computer, office supply, and office superstores in my small area of Goldsboro, Wilson, Rocky Mount (NC).  Nobody has suggested anything that actually exists.  I will give it a shot and report back.  Thanks.
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slink9Author Commented:
Am I missing something?  I go to that web site and do a search for CAIKLEEN and come up with four products.  None of them indicate that they are called RUBBER REJUVENATOR.  I do a search for RUBBER REJUVENATOR and one comes up, but it doesn't make any reference to CAIKLEEN.  Is that the correct product?  If so, it is certainly cheaper than new rollers.
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oldgreyguyCommented:
http://www.caig.com/prod.htm

could this be what mr jhance is talking about   CaiKleen RBR?

if so, here are their disti's

http://www.caig.com/link.htm

bill
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jhanceCommented:
Use the part number, 200-200.  I missed that the first time.  200-216 is another CaiKleen product.  200-200 is a 25ml bottls of CaiKleen-RBR.  Caig P/N is RBR100L-25C.
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slink9Author Commented:
The order has been placed.  I will wait until I get it and see if it works.  As promised, points will be 200 and they are yours.  If it doesn't help, I will ask GTrist for more help.  Thanks.
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jlausterCommented:
Bad link, but go here and search for your printer. They have a wide variety of parts and excellent customer service.

 http://www.printerworks.com/index.html
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slink9Author Commented:
Update.  The rubber revitalizer is supposed to be here tomorrow.  I will apply it and report back then.  I sure hope it fixes this problem.
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slink9Author Commented:
As promised, double the points.  After one application (and only a partial, I believe) things are better but still a little skewed.  I am waiting for one of my alcohol cloths to completely dry before applying it again.  I also need to know how to activate the rollers so I don't have to roll them manually.  I had found that procedure once and forgot how.  Of in search of that ...
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slink9Author Commented:
It appears, though, that I accepted the answer a little hastily.  I can now print and it is better one time and worse the next time.  Maybe it will eventually level out and print correctly.
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