Question about Dell 3010cn Laser Printer
I don't know this specific printer but have seen many printers mishandle the last sheet of paper causing a jam and leaving pieces behind when forcibly removed from the paper path.
You might try peering into the paper tray slot to see if there are any obstructions. Different printers use different methods of sensing 'paper out' and yours may use a mechanical flag that interrupts a photo sensor that really detects on the passage of the sheet and if this is impeded in some way, it may just think it's out of paper.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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