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Feed problem Paper feeds to about half paper height and then gets stuck

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  • MaryS910 Apr 11, 2008

    I have the exact same problem. I installed the then free HP kit a few years ago and apparently, it doesn't work any more. This is a work printer that they are not going to replace or spend any money on so I guess that I am out of luck.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    konica 7155 paper is getting stuck in second paper feed section

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    paper sticks in feed

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You need to install a paper jam kit. These models are notorious for having feed problems due to the paper stack standing up. I get my parts from a company called "Parts Now!" and you can get this kit from them. The part number is KIT-FEED-1100-PNO. It requires some disassembly of the printer. HP used to provide a free "defect kit" which was very simple to install, but I cannot find a reference to it anymore. Hope this helps!

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