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Paper Jam 075-134 (states Open Reg cover and Check MPF)

Have not been able to find any trace of paper to cause jam and have even clean off sensors with a soft brush but problem persists

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  • jvanness Dec 29, 2008

    Same thing here. There is no jammed paper to be seen.

  • beckaangel Jan 22, 2009

    Same things:(

  • JLouisIII Feb 18, 2009

    Same problem. Dell techs advise that two major parts need to be replaced. Parts list at over $350. Tech dispatch estimated at over $150/hr. Dell will not guarantee that replacing parts will fix problem. I cleared memory and reset (MENU-CONFIGURE-MAINTENANCE-Init NVRAM) and the printer did print on the next try. It reverted back to the problem state after that and I have not had any success clearing memory again.

  • tjnorton Feb 20, 2009

    Same problem! There were marks on the edge of my paper, so what do I do now if it is not picking the paper up?


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The problem might be that it isn't picking up the paper. This will register as a jam if the paper does not reach the next paper sensor within a certain amount of time. check the feed assembly and check the paper to see if there are any marks on the edge from the pickup roller.

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