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HP P3005dn printer creasing paper

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Hello everybody,
I have a HP P3005dn printer that has started to crease - crumble the paper on the top-left of the page when it is printed.  
Do not know if it is a roller?? - that is causing the problem -  any suggestions?
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If it has just started check your media quality, also that the tray is holding the paper securely.

Some suggestions below from HP's Service Manual


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If a fresh ream of paper shows the same problems, it's almost certainly the fuser that's causing the problem. HP normally sell the fuser as part of a maintenance kit that also includes pick rollers and the transfer roller.
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the advice was helpful to look in to real problem. Thanx
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