asked Aug 8, 2005 at 10:29am
Hp HP LaserJet IIIP+

Odd HP IIIP problem

I have an HP Laserjet IIIP that has had a problem for a long time that I can't get help with (beyond "Gee, I've never seen that before...!") When printing, the printer will print (not pull, print) extra blank pages after the printed page. I can't print multiple page documents because there may be from 2 to 20 blank pages between printed pages. There is no error code displayed and the self test passes just fine. Any ideas?
Gee, I've seen that lots of times, so much so that we developed a repair kit for the problem.
by moe on Aug 8, 2005 at 12:09pm Add comment
Cor Blimey!! I've read (years ago) in comic books that Americans said "Gee". I never belived it until now.

Swell forum, Moe.
by Trev Pearson on Aug 8, 2005 at 12:39pm Add comment
Actually in the old days it was "gee whiz" or "gee whillikers." It got shortened to "gee." Gee whillikers, Trev, you Brits speak funny.
by moe on Aug 8, 2005 at 12:54pm Add comment
Oh I don't know about that, old boy. Toodle pip. Chin chin. What?

Sorry, NOWGETHIS, for hijacking your thread with idiotspeak.

Moe's kit will certainly fix your problems.


by Trev Pearson on Aug 8, 2005 at 1:06pm Add comment
I concur, old boy!! My guess as to the at hand would be rectified by Moe's fix-it kit. Cherrie-oh!!
by bisawest on Aug 8, 2005 at 2:31pm Add comment