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Paper Jam at A but nothing there

I have an Epson C3000 which all it ever does is come up with Jam A however there is nothing there that I can see.I have tried taking the fuser and photoconductor out and reseating them but still makes no difference does anyone have any ideas

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  • pdonald66 Jan 06, 2009

    Got same problem - after self test display shows Jam at A - have tried all the usual, checked sensors for damage but cannot clear Jam. Anyone have a solution? is this a stock fault?

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If you clear the jam and close the machine up again, does the print job eventually print OK. You may have to clear the jam several times before the machine prints it successfully. After the first successful print, does the machine then print ok, until the next time it is left idle for some time? If this is the case, I have a fix for you

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