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Paper Jam at exit

My printer does print, but jams everytime at exit. The paper just scrunches up and doesn't come out so I open the top and pull it out all scrunched up. It has trouble rolling out. How can I fix this?

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  • dreamxevil Oct 03, 2008

    Although there's nothing under the rollers, they don't seem to work on their own =(

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This happened with an old HP Laserjet 1100A of mine.
I had apparently dropped a screw in the paper-out slot and it was jamming the paper on just one spot.

As you know, the entire sheet is connected, so It is most likely a similar situation in which a previous jam has left a small wad of paper under one of the rollers, and this is preventing the paper from exiting the slot.
Best bet, print something and see where the paper is scrunching up. This is most likely the roller that has the paper stuck under it. Remove the toner block and blast some compressed air into the spot the jam is most likely originating and see if anything else flys out.
Also, if that does not work, you might try manually rotating the rollers backwards, which will often eject the lodged paper chunk.
Note- Please be careful inside the printer! Do not touch the bright green drum, or anything that dosen't look like it is rubber and rolls paper around!
It is very easy to mess things up in there ;)

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

  • compmaster88 Oct 03, 2008

    I don't know quite what to tell you then.
    Perhaps one of the gears is stripped, which would be a warranty issue, or the toner block is
    not pushed in all the way, which I'm sure you've already checked.


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