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6110xi paper jam, or something worse?

I've flipped it open, removed back access panel, and cannot find anything like a paper jam. Also, I looked for some type of mechanical sensor that lets the printer know there is paper loaded, and I don't see anything.

Where is the paper jam sensor located? Maybe it needs to be cleaned.

I hope I can fix this. I'd hate to send another printer to the landfill.

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  • rtso1 Nov 04, 2008

    Tripwire45 - I tried everything in the link. Nothing worked. Maybe this printer is worn out, and the Paper Jam error is is indicating such.

  • kjro Nov 17, 2008

    If your's prints one page, then stops and shows the error message, then you can press enter for another page to print, try this fix. Read all the way to the bottom. (Unplug power from printer, hold down # and 3, plug back in, hold till reset.) Worked for me two times now. http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/docum...

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Actually, the "paper jam" message can be displayed due to a variety of jam locations and other causes. Starting by looking in the back of the printer is a good first step, but you can have a jam in the front or even in the automatic document feeder (although that one should be apparent because it's sticking out the front end.

HP.com has a web page that goes into a lot of detail about where to look for a paper jam and what other conditions in your product might cause such a message to occur. The solutions are available as well. Take a look here:

Paper Jam error

Try those solutions and post back your results. Good luck.

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    1. Protect yourself from shock. Disconnect the power cord from the back of the Canon Inkjet Printer. This is an important step when working inside ANY electronic device.

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Plug the printer's power cord into the wall outlet, and attempt to print again. If the printer prints the job, then you have successfully removed the paper jam.


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