My printer refuse to print declaring "no paper" although the tray is full. Last time I have sent it to a official repair shop and they returned it with a remark "work done: putting tray size to a respectiv paper size", which was rubbish becuse my printer simply stopped working in the middle of few pages print without me changing the size of the paper on the control panel or on the tray. Before I send it again I would like to hear some feedback from you.
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Re: no paper error
Your unit has a bad paper sensor. It can give you one of two incorrect messages: (1) no paper when it actually has or (2) no paper on the unit but no error message. Genuine Service Centers can show you actual schematics and Samsung's Service Page on the Internet. Or better yet, visit www.samsung.com and find an authorized center through the SUPPORT link.
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C-0 declares that the size of the document you are trying to print is incorrect with the paper size you have in your machine's tray. To remove the error, press the red button on the control panel and check the size of the document within the printing properties. If the papre size of the document and the paper in the tray are correct then try to use another tray or bypass tray. If the problem still persists, call for service.
Problem may be the paper tray. You don't say what kind of printer you have and my psychic abilities are nil. The paper tray has sensors that tell the printer what size paper is in the tray. Make sure that the tray guides are set correctly. By the way all paper trays are "in" trays. Print out a config sheet to see what size paper the printer is set up for for each tray.
Good old 4MV.
paper jam is just the way the printer i stelling you "something" wrong with paper feed".
you need to locate a "4MV repair kit" , they are not cheap. but, if you wan to keep the printer, it is worth it. http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/kits/hp/K78 cost of the ket is $50
includes Instruction CD rollers, and other repairable parts.
If you have an adjustable paper tray, make sure that the tray is set for the right size paper. Also, you may have some type of sensor in or around the printer tray that tells the computer when the paper tray is empty. Sometimes these sensors get stuck and you have to free them up (very gentley).