Question about HP OfficeJet 5110 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Every time there is error Original Jam , clear jam and then press OK , How to clear jam because there is no paper jam
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Clearing paper jams
Paper jams can be real or false. The unit may report a paper jam even when there is no jammed paper. The solution to a real paper jam or a false paper jam is the same.
Jammed paper must be removed using the rear access door with the power cord disconnected to avoid mechanical damage. Do not remove jammed paper from the front of the unit.
The following information will help prevent paper jams from occurring:
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
Check side ADF grips are correctly setup, paper tray is not mis-aligned, remove if poss, and replace to check.
check you printer's properties paper size is set correct for the paper used,
open the back door check for loose particles or paper,
4 x Feed rollers in the back, revolve and clean with distilled water.
wait till dry, try printing again
Disconnect the power cord from the product.
Press and hold # and 3 while reconnecting the power cord.
When reset displays, release both buttons.
Try printing again.
Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
If you have opened the paper moving roller, it may not be fitted properly.
There exist a circular timing strip on the left side of mechanism which actually senses the roller movement and position.
If the circular strip is not put properly between the sensors, the sensors willl read no movement even if the rollers are moving. Logically it means a 'jam' so it is dispalyed over.
Please place the circular strip properly between sensors.
The problem will be resolved.
Posted on May 14, 2009
Based on encouragement from olsnake above, I fixed it easily. It definitely WAS the encoder wheel (a thin clear plastic disk printed
with timing marks) on the left side of the paper-feed roller, as you look at it from the front. This wheel provides motion feedback to the paper feed control software. If the disk is detached/loose, the device thinks the paper feed roller is stuck or impeded, and thus gives the annoying error.
What I did:
1) Remove the scanner assembly (it comes off with a few screws, and is a totally separate unit; The printer works with it completely disconnected (after it complains that the scanner is malfunctioning). Beware that you don't break off the little control panel. Or you can be safe and remove the one screw holding it on, by prying off the 'HP OfficeJet...One" plastic cover.
2) Once you have removed the scanner assembly:
at the left side you will see three white plastic gears meshed together; the farthest one is covered in a circular black
plastic cover. With some care you CAN remove this cover without any additional screwdriver work.
3) in my case (and most others I bet) the thin disk was detached from the gear to which it should be attached. I just shoved it back on, so it was tightly mated to its white gear. You should also ensure that the clear disk goes through the optical sensor at the bottom (mine was).
4) I did not bother to replace that cover, if you can do it, good for you.
5) Test, and reassemble.
This is about the WORST product engineering imaginable. But I have a working printer again!
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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Ensure that all cables are securely connected. First, make sure that the printer cable connecting your computer to your printer is connected securely. Then, make sure that the power cord is inserted into a wall outlet. Try your print job again after you have ensured that all cables are properly connected.
Clear a paper jam if your printer is not responding or you are receiving a "Paper Jam" error message on your printer. To clear a jam, first open the rear output door by pushing down on the two levers on each side of the door. Opening the rear door simply makes it easier to clear a jam. Open the top cover on the front of the printer by pressing the release button on the right side of the printer. Locate the paper jam and use two hands to gently remove the paper jam. Try your print, scan, fax or copy job again.
Clear stored or saved faxes if you are having trouble sending or receiving faxes. Old faxes may be stuck in the fax queue, which may be causing the printer to not respond. To remove stored faxes, press the "Menu" button on the printer and select "Fax Functions." Then select "Clear Saved Faxes." Wait for the queue to clear and try your fax job again.
Remove paper from the automatic document feeder (ADF) input tray if your scan job is coming out crooked. The ADF input tray can only hold up to 50 sheets at a time. If there are more than 50 sheets in the input tray, the output may appear skewed. Try your scan job again after removing the paper.
Adjust your computer monitor's display settings if your scanned image is not an accurate representation of the original image. This can be done in the "Control Panel" in Windows. Set the settings to the highest possible resolution and try your scan job again.
Perform a power cycle on your printer if the previous steps were unsuccessful. To do this, turn off your printer, then unplug it from the wall. Wait a few minutes and plug the printer back in. Try your print, scan, fax or copy job again.
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