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Paper stuck inside printer in fault on my HPdesignjet 130nr

I hand fed a single sheet of 11X17, it was swallowed and got stuck on the tray leaving the printer, the machine jammed inside, I tried to pull on it with no success. I am left with piece of paper inside, no clue to clear that up...

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  • grottiers Dec 02, 2008

    How do I do that?

  • grottiers Dec 02, 2008

    Thanks a lot, t'was easy....

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you can try blowing the blower in the printer many a times the paper gets blowed out with the speed of air. but if the paper is rolled out you will have to take it to the technician as the printer needs to be opened to remove that paper. also on the back side of the printer there is a assess door which can be removed if the paper is jammed try opening that door its very easy to remove that door.just have two plastic locks press that lock and the door is removed.if u can see the jammed paper from there remove it.if not seen take it to the repair center.as opening whole printer is not very hard.repacking the printer again is very hard.u just have to remove all the screws and pry all the plastic locks to open your printer.

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Generally, removing the paper is a difficult job. Often, you can reach paper shreds by removing ink cartridges. There are also screws on the bottom or the sides of the printer which will allow you to remove the case. Often, these have arrows pointing at them. Good luck.

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There's a cover at the back of the printer where you can remove it for you to remove a paper jam. You can use a tweezer and gently pull the torn piece of paper. If you can't disassemble your printer, your last option is to bring the printer to nearest service center to avoid additional damage.

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You need to open up or dismntle the printer so you can remove the stuck piece of paper inside it....

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