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Probable causes: First have you tried running the paper thru the manual feed tray and see if it stops at the fuser unit.. if so then proceed with checking the exit area of the printer(fuser) and make sure there is no obstruction blocking the path, could also be the fuser actuator, small black arm generally pushes the paper during it's delivery(exitiing) of paper.. Worst case scenario is a paper feed timing issue.. but first check the exit area of the printer and the paper tray.

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SOURCE: I hear noise from the paper exit rollers as they turne

You need to replace fuser gears RU-5-0077, 78 and 79.

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Happy new year and start reading solution with Smile and trust.
Based on information you have provided I understand that your printer has stopped loading the Paper.I recognize the importance of resolving this issue and I look forward in providing you with the necessary assistance you need.

Please check the Following Link to get the guidelines
"How to Load Paper" its silly to ask you but its better to keep information updated

Try by Following the steps below to correct the issue:

  1. Disconnect power to the printer.
  2. Remove all photo paper from the Photo Tray.
  3. Push the Photo Tray completely into the printer.
  4. Snap the Photo Tray out (towards you) sharply.
  5. Reconnect power to the printer.
  6. Print a self-test on 8.5 X 10 paper.
  7. Engage the Photo Tray.
  8. From the Printer Toolbox, select Calibrate the Photo Tray.

If the above solution wont work then there something to do with the Adjustment/alignment of the Tray.

Paper is not picked due to the Try --

If you see inside there will be a small rubber which need to be clean by the spirit .. Check this out as well .. as i tried on my printer and it works
Do slow and with care --

If it works Vote me

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Posted on Jan 04, 2010

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