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Re: printer is totally jammed
Check whether any paper is jammed you can remove the jammed paper from the back of the printer .there is a assess door which can be easily removed and from there you can check if there is any paper jam and you can remove.if there is no paper jam and you still face the problem.it is necessary to open the printer and service the parts and oil the gears to make the printer move fluently.you can do it your self if you have proper screw driver it does not require any thing execpt a proper screw driver to disassemble the printer.or you can take it to any proper service center and it will work properly after it is serviced.
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Hi. I Have an Epson printer too and become to send the paper jam error when there not a paper jam on the printer. Check the ink cartrige bay with the printer off. The ink cartrige bay have to stay all the way to the right. If not push carefully to the right. Start again the printer and see what happens. This cause in certain ocassions the paper jam error. I hope this tip can help.
Try emoving the duplex cartridge on the back (return printer to it's original configuration) and try printing. If the printer prints OK, then re-attach the duplexer checking for anything that could interfere with the print cartridge.
If the printer doesn't print, then I suspect something has fell into the printer and is creating enough resistance for the printer to detect and report. Turn the printer off, Remove all the cables from it. Try inverting the printer and gently shake it to see if anything falls out that could be jamming the printer cartridge.
Seems like when you changed the toner cartridge, that the cartridge is NOT SEATED PROPERLY when put back in the printer.
Take the cartridge back out and see if the side cover (held in place with one screw) is able to move freely on the cartridge, sometimes it sticks and won't allow the cartridge to run freely in the printer, thus this beeping noise and jamming of cartridge. there is also some small holes (three in total) on the inner side of cartridge (the side that goes in first) sometimes small bits of plastic are still stuck on the holes from manufacturing and you can remove this plastic around the holes with a knife, and give a free path for the cartridge to rotate.
Two solutions for you:
1)There seems to be a coating on the metal rod that the cartridges travel on. See it back there?
With the power disconnected, wipe this rod with a kleenex and the problem seems to go away. It presents a drag on the cartridges and causes the problem. You might have to GENTLY forcibly slide the cartridge a bit to each side to finish cleaning the rod. ONLY DO THIS WITH THE POWER OFF!!
2) Or you can also turn off your printer, then slide the cartriges all the way to the left, and GENTLY wipe the encoding strip running right behind the cartrige carrier.(it will look like a translucent piece of plastic strip in most printers). Wipe it down with a soft cloth gently, then slide the cartriges all the way to the right, and repeat this process.
When you are done, simply close the cover, power back up, and see if it will print a test page for you.
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