I accidently pulled out this plastic looking wire from the printer.
It's long and thin on one end it has a plus sign and a dark circle.On the other end it has a dark circle a dark upside down triangle and a plus sign
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Try turning the printer upside down and rocking it back and forth to see if you can tip the original spring out. If you can't locate it or hear it rattling around inside, find a replacement spring at the hardware store and hope the spring flew out of the printer when it broke.
If it's a tension spring (hooked on each end), drill a small hole (probably #60-#54 drill size - choose the smallest size that will accommodate the spring wire) in the remaining plastic, and hook it up on this end. Reinforce the area around the new hole with the spring in it with a couple of thin layers of epoxy before connecting the other end of the spring.
That sounds like the belt that moves the printer cartridge carriage back and forth. Unfortunately, you will most likely have to purchase a new printer, because repairs for that will be prohibitively expensive.
100 percent that said small piece of plastic had give you a trouble in to your said priter. open your printer and find or locate that small plastic where come from inside your printer find the broken plastis inside your printer and join it
If you mean one of the ribbon cables, they usually go into a thin clip. This clip often has a releasable pressure fitting. Look for where you pulled the cable from and see if the fitting is two toned. If so use your fingernail to either pull the flap forward, to back.. various types. Place the cable back into the slot and press the clip back down.
If the ribbon is a (usually) white cable with a hard clear or blue end, then it likely goes into a solid pressure fitting. Just grab the hard plastic tab and push it back into the slot.
check the charge corona , if you open the front cover it is a little brown plastic block that has got one screw holding it and one wire connecting in the pcu , take the plug out and pull out the corona unit and check if the wire inside the silver frames is still there , look care fully it is as thin as a hair
lift the top cover the cartridge is fitted inside slowly pull the cartridge towards yourself and remove remember the position of the cartridge properly and the same way insert the another cartridge slowly and carefully.its simple.
HP LaserJet 4, 4m, 4 Plus and 4m Plus Series Printers - False Error Message 13 PAPER JAM
After clearing all jammed paper from the HP LaserJet 4, 4m, 4 Plus, or 4m Plus series printer, the display still reads 13 Paper Jam . Even after cycling the power off and then back on, the error remains.
Open the rear door of the printer. There is a paper sensor near the upper right hand corner of the fusing assembly (just below the right edge of the long yellow warning sticker on the fuser) that can cause paper jam error messages even when there is no jammed paper in the printer. Toggle the thin black plastic lever up and down to make sure it is not stuck or sticky. The lever should be in the down position before closing the back of the printer. If the lever is stuck or missing, the printer will generate a false paper jam message.
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This one made me crazy, but I finally figured it out. Turn the machine around so that you are facing the back. Open the back cover. Pull down the second smaller roller cover inside the machine. If you look closely at the second smaller cover, on the right hand side (closer the the inside of the machine), is a very thin round piece of plastic that is only half the length of the smaller cover. There are 2 thin plastic tabs attached to either end of this round piece of plastic. Gently shift this over so that the 2 plastic tabs can now go into the space provided for them. I had to move mine over only 1/4 inch.
Perhaps this is the printhead assembly position "tape." On looking at this tape, are there tiny vetical lines on it? If so, then this is how the printer detects head position, as a sensor & associated circuitry counts how many lines the head has moved.
It may attach at one end to a fixed hook, & with a spring like hook at the other end. It will have to be routed through the noted sensor also. This might be tricky if you don't possess some technical skills.