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HP Laserjet P3005dn Printer Jam with no real jam

Have to keep pushing green check button after every page. No cardboard in printer. What else can I do?

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    I have had 2 printers with this issue. Maybe its the model.

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Use recommend paper (see user manual). Do not leave paper exposed to air as it draws up moisture. check paper sensor flag near tray 2 p/u roller. It should move freely without resistance. It may have gotten knocked out of position.

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Check to make sure the paper tray is properly adjusted. All the stops should be against the paper and there should be no space for the paper to move around.

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My printer model is HP Laserjet P3005dn, No paper inside the printer, checked by removing the toner and checked by opening the rear cover. Showing message as 13.20.00 jam inside rear bin, clear jam and...


There are many sensors that are throughout the machine. Try checking all of the flags and see if they are stuck or loose. If you can locate one that is either try to reseat. If not you could have a bad sensor and needs to be replaced. A certified technician can help with that.

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Yes you can replace the transfer roller, but check to make sure the roller is firmly seated into its holder and that the springs are contacting the metal shaft.

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Nov 20, 2009 | HP LaserJet 1320 Printer

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HP Laser P3005dn having paper jams more and more


if it gets a lot of use and the pickup rollers has not been changed, i would start by that and keep cleaning it sinse dust gets on it and makes it slippery.....to clean either run a test page or print something and use a moistened rag so the roller cleans itself as it rotates (of course remove the paper cassette)

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When trying to copy papers do not feed but if you scan they will


HP LaserJet 3050z, 3050 All-in-one, 3052, 3055, 3390 and 3392 versatile printer - Error reported: Document Feeder Jam ISSUE: How to correct the HP LaserJet 3050z, 3050 All-In-One, 3052, 3055, 3390 and 3392 versatile printer if this error is reported: Document Feeder Jam SOLUTION:
  • Clear the jammed media from ADF (HP LaserJet 3050, 3050z).
  1. Open the ADF cover plate. c01075161.gif
  2. Remove any jammed media with care.Take out the page gently. NOTE: Take care not to tear the paper. c01075162.gif
  3. Close the ADF cover plate.
  • Clear the jammed media from ADF (HP LaserJet 3390, 3392, 3052 and 3055).
  1. Open the ADF cover plate. NOTE: Check whether all packaging straps inside the ADF are removed. c01075163.gif
  2. Unload the jam clearance component.Lift the two handles with both hands until the component clutch is released.Rotate and lift the jam clearance component, and then put it aside. c01075164.gif
  3. Lift the green handle, and rotate the paper picker until it is opened. c01075165.gif
  4. Gently remove the page without tearing it.If you feel resistance, go to the next step. c01075166.gif
  5. Open the ADF cover plate, and loosen the media gently with both hands. c01075167.gif
  6. When the media are stopped, pull the media out gently along the shown direction. c01075168.gif
  7. Close the cover plate of the flat scanner (HP LaserJet 3390, 3392, 3052, 3055). c01075169.gif
  8. Pull down the green handle. c01075170.gif
  9. Insert the jam clearance component to reinstall it.Press the two reeds until the component is properly engaged.Install the clearance component correctly. Otherwise, paper jams will continue to occur. c01075171.gif
  10. Close the ADF cover plate. c01075172.gif
Have a good day

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P3005n


tray 2 has a little piece of cardboard that can easily be overlooked. you'll probably have to pull it out by sticking your hand in the back of the printer, tray 2. can't be done from the front because the cardboard piece keeps tray 2 stuck, and gives paper jam errors.

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Push the duplex pan back up and insert tray. The green button is to release the pan for accessing duplex jams. Just push it up until it locks.

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If only the attention light is flashing then follow the guide below -

The Attention (amber)
light is blinking.
Attention error. The top
cover is open.
Close the top cover.
Attention error. The
printer is out of media.
Load media.
Attention error. The
printer has a jam.
1. Clear the jam (see pages 164 through 168).
2. If the location of the jam is not apparent, check
the embedded Web server to find the jam
location.
 If the jam was under the imaging drum, toggle
the registration sensor to check its movement
and replace the registration sensor if it does not
move freely.
 If the jam was in the fuser area, toggle the fuser
exit sensor to check its movement and replace
the fuser exit sensor if it does not move freely.

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Print out very light


Step1
If you're setting up the printer or changing the toner or ink cartridge for the first time, double-check the instructions to make sure that you installed the cartridge correctly and, for new printers, that you have removed all the pieces of cardboard or plastic packing material. 
Step
2
Check to see whether paper is feeding from the paper tray. If it's not leaving the tray at all, try feeding a page manually (if that's an option) or using a different paper tray. Sometimes a problem with the tray can be traced to a broken spring or a piece of plastic. 
Step
3
If paper is feeding from the tray but jamming in the printer, examine where the jam is occurring and then inspect the printer carefully to see if you can find what is causing the problem. A piece of paper, for instance, might be blocking the paper path. 
Step
4
If paper is feeding through the printer but coming out blank, check to see whether the printer is out of toner or ink. A defective toner or ink cartridge could be the problem.

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