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C1100 mp error

My printer has a mp e error

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  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2008

    MP E error - no paper jammed in system

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The MP E error relates to the registration assy on the rear of the machine. There are 22 possible causes of this error. I suggest you get a service manual for the machine and work throught the easier checks one by one. You can get a manual from http://www.TheServiceManualShop.com or http://mikeburton.tradebit.com/

Posted on Jun 14, 2007

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    Inky Fingers Jun 14, 2007

    The most likely cause of the problem stems from the solenoid and gear that is part of the pick up mech. This reqiures a modification to be made to the MSI assy and is not something that can be done by the home user.

    Contact the people at The Service Manual Shop for the C1100 MP E Jam Modification info if you wish to tackle the problem yourself.

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I sometimes get a Jam E error which is caused by the fact that the paper pick-up wheel doesn't grab the paper. E is the door at the back and the first NEXT place the paper would pass a checkpoint.

The problem is the paper. It's too damp, or too smooth, or curled too far down a the pick up end (for instance, if you've already passed it through the printer once and bent it by the heat process)

Fluff the paper, fill the stack, pick up the door-end of the paper and apply a little pressure to assist it as the pick up roller grabs it...

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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1.remove the toners,PCU and give the printer a good blowout.

2.using surgical spirit with all covers open, trace all photo sensors within the printer and wipe them clean.

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Press the down arrow twice (Tray Menu)
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