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How do I fix a squeaking noise on HP 6310 AIO printer?

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I have an HP 6310 that makes a squeaking noise whenever I use the ADF.  Any remedy?
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by:Compnecessity1
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Sure if you can open the ADF and lubricate the bar that the scanner slides along.  Not sure what kind of greese you should use.  But I really doubt it was made to be servicable.  
The better and recommened option is to replace ADF or entire printer.  
Go laser all in one next time.  
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by:shluong
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The noise comes from the ADF and the scanner is fixed, the movable parts seem to be the rollers.
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So it makes the noise when using the scanner sheet feeder and not when placing papers on the glass? Does the paper jam when scanning?  Does it sound like a rubbing noise more then a squeak?
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by:shluong
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you are right, it is more like a rubbing noise, like something pulling.
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Does the paper jam or take more then one sheet at a time when using the sheet feeder?  Open the ADF, if the rollers feel smooth it's the rollers slipping on the paper.  That's my best guess.
I ddn't see just the rollers listed, so it looks like you can't just repace the rollers.  
However you can order the ADF assembly part # Q8052-60002 for about $22.00 plus shipping
I could not find a picture anywhere of this part.
Here's a list of all the parts offered by HP for you printer.
http://www.partsurfer.hp.com/cgi-bin/spi/main?sel_flg=partlist&model=OFFICEJET+6310&HP_model=&modname=HP+Officejet+6310+All-in-One&template=main&plist_sval=ALL&plist_styp=flag&dealer_id=&callingsite=&strsrch=&keysel=%3F&catsel=%3F

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