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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Printer will not grab paper
You may need to obtain the HP Paper Feed Cleaning Kit from Customer Service by contacting them here. While your speaking with them you may want to ask about any issue that have came up with your particular model because I have read they have replaced some models that were even out of warranty.
It seems that by what Im reading, this is mostly caused by a dried out roller (especially if they are grey so you also may have some other options:
NOTE: These options may void warranty.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
I have 20 IBM 9068 at work and some of those problems I had also. The noice can come from Ribbon drive assembly. This part has plastic weels inside and tooth on it is droken. You have to open printer and check that part. If you need more info you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
The clicking sounds seems to be made by the small gears on the side of the tray. When you move the gears, it should push a plate beneath the paper upwards, and the paper with it, allowing the paper to be feed.
I'm not sure what I did to fix it. I removed the paper and cleaned both feeding rectangles (to the front of the tray -- nearest you). One is underneath the paper and the other is in the front, center.
I then made sure that, when I move the biggest gear (the one that isn't round) that the paper moves upwards.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
did it happen after physically cleaning/flushing the head? I've had this a couple of times and clearly no jam. I removed the cartridges again, ran the rollers backwards and forwards a few times using the white gears, and powered up .... it recognises no cartridge present so went through the replacement again and the fault then clears. I think the s/w gets its knickers in a twist Printer is a heap of poo, and clearly designed to use asmuch ink as possible as it needs cleaning far too often. Wasted too much time on gettingit to print
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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