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Pull the hand brake. Block the rear wheels and transmission in neutral. Jack up the front wheels, first rotate the right wheel and if it slightly resists, its normal.Similarly check the left wheel also. If any one of the front wheels is hard to rotate, remove the Tyre and service the caliper assembly by greasing the pins with graphite grease. Also check the piston of the caliper assembly if it is not stiff. If so, free it up or replace the caliper kit with a genuine one on both sides. Always service both the front and rear brake system simultaneously.
If both the front wheels are jammed, the probable cause is the brake master cylinder assembly which need to be replaced with a new one.
If both of the front wheels are found to be normal, lower the front wheels and lift up the rear wheels. If any of the rear wheels are found to be partially of fully jammed, readjust the rear brake system or hand brake cable.
Ive got a Dell 1130n that was jamming once it came out towards the top. if you take the top off (2 screws in front and 2 screws in the back) and the rollers right there at the back (once you get the top off) take that long "roller bar" and the springs that push up on that bar just slightly stretch them out and clean the rubber wheels with soap and water (allow to dry) and put everything back together. Also the wheels in the back could be cleaned too. If you open the rear cover there is another "roller bar", there are grey clips on each side that if you pull down the click into place, just unsnap the "roller bar" and clean these wheels as well. It has worked great for me so far.
Press in the tab on the left side of the rear clean-out door to release the door.
Remove the door by pulling it away from the HP All-in-One.
Caution Trying to clear a paper jam from the front of the HP All-in-
One can damage the print mechanism. Always access and clear
paper jams through the rear clean-out door.
2. Gently pull the paper out of the rollers.
Warning If the paper tears when you are removing it from the
rollers, check the rollers and wheels for torn pieces of paper that
might be remaining inside the device. If you do not remove all the
pieces of paper from the HP All-in-One, more paper jams are likely to
3. Replace the rear clean-out door. Gently push the door forward until it snaps
4. Press OK to continue the current job
I have the same problem and contacted Chicco UK directly. Provided that you live in the UK contact the company Storktalk on 01159306700 and the will send you a pair of replacement wheels for £5 including delivery. Hope that helps P
You will need : 1 can of "compressed air", 1 container of ether rubbing alcohol or some form of Goo-Gone.
1. In short blasts (NOT LONG ONES) blow through the paper path. Open any paper jam access trays before doing this so the bits escape.
2. Using a SMALL amount of Goo-Gone and either a Q-Tip or small dust free cloth, clean all the rubber rollers on the bars. Cheap paper leaves a fine dust and after time will make the wheels very slick.
Doing this every other month can save you from jams and is just a good maintenance plan for your printer.
The problem sounds like your rollers have lost their grip. Remove the paper tray and tip the printer up. Push the red lever on the left of the printer down and you will see the feed mechanism with two wheels. Remove the rubbers on the wheels and turn them inside out. Replace them on the wheels with the worn side now inside and the 'sticky" side out. You should get at least another couple of years worth of use before you need to replace them.
Use the following instructions to clear a paper jam from the HP All-in-One.
Press in the tab on the rear clean-out door to remove the door.
Clearing a paper jam from the top or front of the HP All-in-One can damage the print mechanism. Whenever possible, access and clear paper jams through the rear clean-out door.
Figure 1: Pressing the tab and opening the rear clean-out door
Gently pull the paper out of the rollers.
If the paper tears when you are removing it from the rollers, check the rollers and wheels for torn pieces of paper that might remain inside the HP All-in-One. If you do not remove all the pieces of paper from the HP All-in-One, more paper jams are might occur.
Replace the rear clean-out door and gently push it forward until it snaps into place.
On the HP All-in-One control panel, press OK to continue the current job.
If the paper is still jammed, see the onscreen Troubleshooting Help that came with the HP Image Zone software.
If the jam occurs again, check to make sure the paper type in the printer matches the paper type set in the printer driver properties
Front bottom, is catching. If this has the inner clear window, check to see if the front window and the inner window are in place and the screws tight. At the center, one has like a hook and the other has a slot for that hook to go in. There should only be a slight gap between the two. The inner window has broken where one of the screws holds it in place, in which case you will have to replace it.