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Display says "Remove misfed Paper info. code =184

I checked for a paper jam and couldn't find anything.

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Hi Alara,
Check that the printer is actually trying to pick up the paper. The printer tries to pick up paper but couldn't. It thinks there is something preventing the paper from getting into the input paper registration detector.

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Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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WHAT IS 007-243 code error


This fault code isn't specific to one location/function on your machine, however, I believe it is directly related to your paper trays. Other fault codes begining with 007-??? state a tray sensor error, misfed media in a tray etc...
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If you're trying to print to a specific tray and it won't print giving this error, you may want to try printing using a different tray. It is entirely possible you have some jammed up paper in the paper path and this will stop all trays from printing.
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Potential solution:
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Ensure you don't have any paper jams related to your paper path and trays, herre is a link that provides you all iinstructions to clear any paper jam on your device http://www.support.xerox.com/support/workcentre-7328-7335-7345-7346/support/enus.html?associatedProduct=workcentre-7328-35-45-46-built-in-controller

NOTE: The above link is a support knowledgebase and you can search on any problem you may have with your product by typing the natural language query in the search field, paper jam, can't print, scan fails transferiing etc...

Once you have determined there isn't a paper jam or if so gently remove any misfed paper.Reboot the device PO/PO power off/power on.
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If the print jobs fail again, check your job status and see if there is any info listed for your print job, could be a media mismatch.
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Try printing to another paper tray, if your job is calling for paper from tray 3 try using tray 4 or tray 5 etc..
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I have provided a generic response to this question and kind of throwing ideas out there, if you could provide additional information I may be able to give a better solution.
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Check the details of your job in the job status list?
A lot of times the machine will provide good direction on potential issues with a print job.
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Are you trying to print on a custom paper size?
If you tell the print driver to print to tray 3 and you have 8.5X11 loaded in tray 3 and your print job from ypour PC is actually 8.5X14 then the job will not print simply put the media has to match the job.

I hope this helps.

Mar 10, 2015 | Xerox Workcentre 7345 Printer, Copier,...

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Main Error MINOLTA DI 1611, DI 2011 Messages and Their Remedies


PAPER JAM A paper misfeed occurred in the
main unit.
Open the cover at the indicated
location, and then remove the
misfed paper. (“When the Message
(Flashing alternately)
OPEN XXX SIDE COVER
All misfed paper was not removed
from the main unit.
Check the message in the display
for the location of the paper misfeed,
and then remove the misfed paper.
ORIGINAL DOC.JAM A paper misfeed occurred in the
Document Feeder.
All misfed paper was not removed
from the Automatic Document
Feeder.
Open the Document Feeder Cover
and the Document Feeder, and then
remove the misfed paper.
(Flashing alternately)
OPEN DOC.FEED COVER
∗REMOVE PAPER IN
BYPASS TRAY∗
Paper is loaded in the Manual
Bypass.
Remove the paper from the Manual
Bypass.
FRONT COVER OPEN The Front Cover of the main unit is
open or not securely closed.
Securely close the Front Cover.
(Flashing alternately)
CLOSE FRONT COVER
DUPLEX COVER OPEN The Duplex Unit Cover is open or
not securely closed.
Securely close the Duplex Unit
Cover.
(Flashing alternately)
CLOSE DUPLEX COVER
DOCUMENT COVER
OPEN
The Document Feeder is lifted up
(while a document is loaded into
it).
Securely close the Document
Feeder.
(Flashing alternately)
CLOSE DOCUMENT
COVER
DOC.FEED COVER OPEN The Document Feeder Cover is
open.
Securely close the Document
Feeder Cover.
(Flashing alternately)
CLOSE DOC.FEED
COVER
TONER EMPTY The toner is empty. Copying and
printing cannot be performed.
Replace the toner bottle with a new
one.
SUPPLY TONER
PAPER EMPTY The selected paper tray has run
out of paper.
indicates the paper tray, and
“XXX” indicates the paper size.
Load paper of the specified size into
the specified paper tray.

on Dec 18, 2009 | Printers & Copiers

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I have a xerox workcentre XL2130. It had a bad paper jam. I cleared it - now it has an error code E4. I've turned it off and on - hit the clear button - nothing is clearing it? Help! Thanks, Stacia


YOU STILL HAVE A PROBLEM IN THE PAPER PATH...

DOWNLOAD THE USER MANUAL

Clearing the Paper Path
- E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4, E-5
When a paper misfeed occurs the red misfeed indicator flashes
on the WorkCentre diagram, and an E status code will flash in
the Display Window. Paper misfeeds may occur in the areas
shown below. Follow the steps below to locate and clear the
misfeed.
Note: Ensure that the alternate paper tray is lowered
(XL2140df only).
Caution: Do not touch the shiny drum cartridge surface.
Scratches or smudges will result in poor copy quality.
Do not remove paper through the bypass. Unfused toner may
adhere in the area, resulting in smudged copies.
E-1
Steps 1-2 for XL2140df only
1. Lower the right Side Tray 2 Access Door.
2. Remove the misfed paper.
3. Close the Access Door.
If paper cannot be removed, open drawer (2) clear misfed paper.
4. Close the Side Cover.
E-2
1. Press the Release Latch to open the Side Cover.
Exit Area
Paper Feed Area
Fuser Area
Side Cover
35
- E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4, E-5 (continued)
Caution: Do not touch the shiny Drum Cartridge surface.
Scratches or smudges will result in poor copy quality.
2. Carefully remove the misfed paper in the direction shown.
If paper cannot be reached, open the paper trays and remove
misfed paper.
E-3
Fuser Area
Warning: The fuser area is hot. Take care when removing
paper from the fuser area.
Note: Ensure that the Alternate Paper Tray is lowered
(XL2140df only).
1. Press the Release Lever to open the Side Cover.
2. Pull down on the fuser lever.
• This will release pressure on the paper.
Caution: Do not pull paper up through the fusing unit. Unfused toner
may adhere in the area, resulting in smudged copies.
3. Remove the sheet of paper in the direction shown.
4. Close the Side Cover.
E-4 and E-5 (2-sided Reverse Copy XL2140df only)
Exit Area
1. Pull down on the fuser lever.
• This will release pressure on the paper.
2. Gently pull the paper out through the exit area.
36
- E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4, E-5 (continued)
3. If not accessible, turn the knob in the direction of the arrow
to move the paper to the exit area.
4. Gently pull the paper out through the exit area.

Feb 12, 2011 | Xerox WorkCentre XL2130f Laser Printer

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Have Kyocero 2050. Error - Misfeed paper - Open Left Cover and remove misfed sheet. Jam 00. I opened left-side cover and found no sheets stuck anywhere in sight. I can't find Jam 00 definition in...


I was having the same problem with the same model and same error. Then I discovered there's an extra panel you can pull out of the side - it's not the one the display is indicating, it's the one all the way on the side. When you pull on the grey level and it comes down, keep pul;ling on the grey level because ANOTHER panel comes down under that and I found some paper jammed in there. Once I removed it it worked fine.

Dec 13, 2010 | Kyocera Mita KM-2050 Printer

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Keep getting misfed paper message. can't see paper


Check the paper tray. The part at the end of the paper might not be keeping the paper pushed to the front of the tray. Remove the tray and check the rollers that feeds the paper. They might be slick. Clean them with some WD-40 sprayed on a rag.

Nov 22, 2009 | Ricoh CL4000DN Laser Printer

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Showing misfed paper @ U1 U2, paper jam out, but still showing misfed.Checked and all paper is out. How can this be reset? Thanks


in the machine can be a little fragment from a sheet of paper so watch careful it can be right on the sensor for registration please open all doors and close them again.
But for i to be able to help you more you will need to tell me what brand is the machine and which is the model

Jul 15, 2009 | Printers & Copiers

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MISFED INDICATOR LIGHT FLASHING


There is no code to run.
Did the paper come out as an entire sheet? Or was it torn? There is either a small piece of paper that remains in the machine, or you dislodged a paper switch in removing the jam.

Apr 23, 2009 | Sharp AL 1631 Copier

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Remove misfed paper code J93


J93 means = paper remained in adf . sounds like you have a problem with the reed point sensor in the adf door . little black plastic arm , right side should be dangling

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Paper Jam


hi im jules_09.have you reassemble the fuser correctly?check again the inside of the machine for small pieces of paper its just there the machine wont flash the misfed if there is nothing stock in the machine.although sometimes the drum can cause the misfed,try to full out the drum.it cant be stock just see if the drum is rotating try to rotate it 360 then slowly full it out,also check if there are srews where the drum process unit is at

 

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