Question about Dell 926 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Paper doesn't feed and when you push it down it does not go in
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few troubleshooting for paper Jam issue.
locate and slowly pull out the stuck paper, perform the following steps:
1. Turn off the printer.
2. Open the printer cover.
3. Locate the stuck paper.
4. Remove the paper.
5. Close the printer cover.
6. Power the printer back on.
Locate and Remove Any Obstructions Inside the Printer and Input Tray
1. Open the front cover and make sure the kickstand (if there is one) is engaged.
2. Locate and remove any obstructions within the printer, such as paper pieces, staples, tape, or other objects.
3. Close the cover.
4. Remove all paper from the input tray.
5. Inspect the input tray for any obstructions.
6. Remove any visible obstructions.
7. Reinsert the paper.
Adjust the Printer Paper Guides
Extend the front paper support on the printer.
Try a Different Piece of Paper in the Printer
1. Take the top 10 sheets off of the **** of paper.
2. Verify that the remaining sheets of the **** are not wrinkled or dirty.
3. Replace the remaining part of the **** back in the printer.
Reseat the Dell Printer Power Adapter.
If your printer has a momentary loss of communication with your computer, it may be necessary to reset the printer to re-establish communication. You can reset a printer by unplugging the printer power cord from the electrical outlet and from the back of the printer for 10 seconds then reattaching the cord at both ends.
Try a Different Type of Print Media
Many image quality and paper feed issues are caused by the type of print media being used.
Try a different type of print media that is specifically made for this printer.
When there is no different print media available, take out the top half of the stack and flip it over.
Try holding the printer upside down and shake it moderately
Make sure you remove all the cables from printer before performing it
Check with manufacturer if printer is still covered under warranty...
If yes then get it replaced.....or else get a new printer
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Tips for a great answer:
First off, the simplest
solution is to try to clean the rollers of dust. If you can access the rollers,
especially while they are spinning, this would be best. Get a damp cloth either
with water or rubbing alcohol and wipe the rubber down, and retest your machine.
Most of the time this is cause by the paper pickup rollers, which are made out
of plastic or rubber, getting too dirty/slick to properly pick up the paper. Remove
all the paper and the paper tray if you can. Using a long qtip, clean the
rollers with alcohol. If that doesn't work, or can't be done with your printer,
take all the paper out but one sheet. Spritz some alcohol on the bottom of that
sheet and smear it out so it covers the entire width of the paper up about 2 inches.
Then try to print a document that is a blank page. After either of these
methods wait at least 4-5 minutes for all the alcohol to dry before trying to
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