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HP LaserJet Printer P3015

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The paper is creasing in this printer.  I changed the paper but it's still happending.

Any ideas?
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If you loading a thick enough paper then. It may be hardware issue, i.e. pickup roller was the issue with my printer. Get it checked with a technician.
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I'd start with the pick up roller.  You can remove them and either replace or clean them.  I use a rubber restore to get a little more life out of them.
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Try taking a little paper out of the tray to make sure it isn't over-loaded.
Then "fluff" the paper while it sits in the tray to get air between each piece.
Then clean the rollers and separation pads (little pieces of cork board).
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