I have a toshiba 35 copier when i plug the machine in it tell me that its warming up that it go's into misfeed on the display I checked to see if any paper is jamed but I dont see any what do i do now
If your machine is showing a jam it could be that you have a piece of paper stuck in the machine. There are many areas to check. There is a help function on the machine and it will show you all of the areas to check. Use a flashlight because there may be a small piece of paper ripped off by a sensor. I would also take out the paper trays and shine my light inside. Make sure you check the duplexor cover also. This is on the right hand side. It open up and there are blue labeled areas to check. Just take your time and systamatically check all paper jam areas and you should find it. It could be a bad sensor in which case you may have to call a repair person. Good luck
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This usually means that no paper has been fed from the paper cassette or the machine was turned off when you had a paper jam. Remove the paper cassette from the machine and ensure that nothing is stopping the paper from feeding.Also look into where the machine locates in the copier to ensure that no paper is jammed behind the cassette. The paper feed rollers may need cleaning or replacing.
Make sure that all of the paper jams are removed. Check every available cavity, including your paper trays. Pull each tray out and make sure there are no jams right out of the paper trays. Sometimes a piece of paper can become lodged where you cannot see it.
If you are positive there is no paper stuck in the machine, then you have a paper-path sensor that is either dirty or faulty.
before i can help you you need to tell me which brand and model is the machine. The Message "misfeed detected" means that a paper is bee jammed inside of the copier so you should open some door and remove the paper which has been jammed inside of the copier. Because of that i need the brand and model of the copier for i to be able to help you and tell you what to do
just check propely any small piece of paper is in machine or any sensor in paper path is disturbed check all sensors and there levers .or take a hard file cover and from bypass with ur hand pull it in copier and send him to toward exit tray .just off copier first and do this .
It is possible that there may still be a small piece of paper blocking or lodged in the exit sensor area. It is also possible that when removing the jammed paper that the sensor arm became dislodged and thus creating a false jam code.
hi im jules_09.have you check the inside of the copier?open the front
door then see if there a paper in the transfer the transfer is in front
of you if the door is open.the check the fusing unit many paper jams
happen in the fusing unit.then at the paper tray if you cannot locate
the paper jam inside the machine look at the paper tray from 1 to
3.then at the side most copier have opening at the side look for the
door so you can see if theres any paper stock
In most cases where the machine says there is a jam, and there is no paper in the paper path, it's because the paper never got out of the paper drawer and didn't reach the 1st jam sensor. If you can open the machine and it resets, then chances are the paper feed roller is either slipping or in some cases not turning at all. If you can't clear the jam by turning off the machine, and back on, then you have a bad jam setect sensor or perhaps a small piece of paper lodged on the jam sensor. This will take some additional troubleshooting on your part. Need to know if the jam indicator goes away when you restart the machine. Let me know and I'll try to guide you from that point.