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When you removed the jammed paper, did the paper come out inone piece, if not did all the pieces that were removed make up the entire sheetof paper? Otherwise there may be still a small piece/s of paper still in the printer,which is causing this error message.
When the paper does not feed straight, dirty or stickyrollers can cause it to jamb or crinkle, also failure to remove all traces ofpaper from a previous paper jamb will cause further paper jambs. Check for tiny pieces of at the edges of the rollers, and remove these piecesof paper.
The rollers may be dirty or sticky and causes the paper tonot feed straight. Try cleaning the rollers with methylated spirits.
It the paper comes out crinkled or accordion looking then it is your fuser. Check where your the paper comes out of. There might be a piece of paper jammed in there that is causing this. If no obstuctions then it might be the roller on the fuser cracking and cause it to crinkle the paper. The fuser is the last thing the paper goes through before coming out. It "fuses" the toner to the paper.
The fuser is shot....this is the unit that uses heat and pressure to fuse the toner to the page. It is primarily when the pressure roller wears that you get crinkling and bad fusing, but I'm sure the upper sleeve has seen better days as well. These days it is (sadly) cheaper to replace this printer with a new little HP -only around $100 or so.
Most of the crinkled paper issues I deal with have to do with the fuser roller lining going bad. If this is your issue the crinkle will be a vertical line from the leading edge to the trailing edge. You will need a new fuser.
This is what I've seen with wrinkled pages in these machines.
Usually only happens with letter size paper.
At some point a leaking toner was used in the machine the excess toner works its way toward the fuser and builds up on the guide where the paper enters the fusing assm.
You can try to clean the toner thats built up or replace the fuser.
Hope this helps
there is a set of stripper fingers that kiss the fuser roller and paper is jamming up aginst that area
Open the fuser section door and front door Look at the fuser roller from exit and front door If there is a wiper pad (slides in on a rod from the side of the machine) remove it and put some fuser oil on it
go to area where you find the paper folding up and observe the stripper fingers for any blockage
If there is some bits of toner on the fingers clean them with a q tip and alcohol
take your finger ( make sure machine has cooled and you have unplugged from wall) and press up against the stripper fingers to se if there is movement (some coiers have a solenoid that activates the striper fingers)
The fuser oil hels keep the fuser roller clean and keeps paper from sticking on rollers
Try the copier if this does not fix i believe you have a problem with a solenoid which will require a sevice call
If you want to observe the paper coming through the fuser rollers and seeing if the fingers activate ou can trip the safety swithes in the doors and exits and observe
Check the paper output area ( around the output rollers) for a small piece of paper. You may need to disassemble the output paper assembly, and clean the rollers, or replace the paper output assembly.
In reality, what you have is one part of the printer trying to "push" the paper, while another part of the printer is trying to "pull", resulting in the wrinkle.. The problem may also be with a paper output sensor being stuck, which is why I suggest you check thoroughly for paper scraps in the output assembly.