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Re: PAPER JAM IN TRANPORT
IF THE PAPER IS LAYING FLAT ON THE TRANSPORT WHEN THE JAM OCCURS, THE PROBLEM MAY BE A DIRTY TRANSPORT BELT SENSOR. A TECHNICIAN IS REQUIRED TO REPAIR THIS, AS IT INVOLVES DISASSEMBLY OF THE IMAGING UNIT.
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Most common jam problems are caused by using thin paper 80g density or less. Recycled paper is the worst as it tends to tear easier as the their is only 20% new cellulose fibre in it and 80& is paper mache'. When using recycled paper, use min 100-120g weight papers and your jams will disappear.
have the machine perform a paper path test with just 1 copy to see if this jams then have it path test 5 prints to see when it jams- if its only jamming when more than one sheet is being printed then the fault lies with the paper pick up ( you may notice a longer delay for first print)
the machine will attemp to feed three times before failing as a jam
if the machine is printing more than one sheet then the jam appears just before the tail end of the first print exits the fuser (fixing Unit).
clean or replace the feed rollers.
if the jam happens on every print and the code is 13:02/3
then paper pass sensor arm 2 has stuck (look on you tube to resolve this search for lj4200 13:02 jam)
hope this helps- if you are still unable to get the machine working and your willing to pay then I would suggest Belmonte Buisiness machines
are a good company to deal with they are on 0161 480 5556 and can call out anywhere in the UK
OK it seems to be a problem with pick up clutch and vertical feed rollers ( When you open the left door and hinge in level of cass you will see axis with the tree little rollers- clean it with alcohol or water).Pick up clutch is better to replace it FK2-1068 (europe code).