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CARRIER JAM I DONT KNOW HOW TO FIX MY CARRIER JAM

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  • kilford007 Dec 21, 2008

    chewing up paper how do u dismantle it ?

  • deacon27 Jan 13, 2009

    my printer is saying please clear carrier jam. I can't see any paper jammed in the printer.

  • rainewv Jan 30, 2009

    A small sheet of file labels is stuck inside and cannot be seen, let alone felt. Is it okay to remove the back of the printer to get at the labels?

  • Hatxh Feb 03, 2009

    Traker tape off

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Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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What I did was fold a half sheet of paper (Sturdy enough to push whatever it is that is on the rollers.), adjusted the guiders to the middle, open the printer (Where you change the cartridges. Also make sure you have a very bright flashlight or L.E.D.) with one hand, push the paper as far as it will go, then turn off/on the power. The paper should catch something and force it out. Or you could use like three full sheets of paper to cover the full length of the paper guide. The carrier should move then.
In my case, it was a black small cable tie. Sometimes it can be paper clips, staples and small things that fall unexpectedly from the shelf where your printer is below.
I sincerely hope this was helpful to my Lexmark X5470 comrades. Oh make sure you power off then power back on and run the "Clean Cartridge", "Align Cartridges" and "Print Test Page" to make sure your printer will continue to give you awesome services!

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Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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I fixed my jam by folding a full sheet of card stock in half vertically and forced it through on the same path as the labels took, in the center of the feeder. I had to turn the printer off and on several times to forced the rollers to move. After several tries, the labels came out.

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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