Question about Minolta EP4000/5000 CS/PRO Copier
When we try to copy a back to back original (2 - 2) the paper jams in the bottom tray after the second or third copy, and the paper gets torn in a corner.
Any adjustment I can do to correct this problem? Not much info in the book.
ALSO YOU MAY OF GOT INK ON THE ROLLER OF THE PRINTER, IF DRY INK ON THE ROLLERS THE PAPER WILL NOT GRIP AND THE PAPER WILL JAM EVERY TIME,
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
THE INK MAY NOT BE TOTAL DRY WHEN MAKING BACK TO BACK COPIES, SOMETIME YOU NEED TO LET THE PAPER TONER DRY, LET THE PAPER COOL OFF BEFORE PUTING IT THREW THE MACHINE AGAIN, AND I KNOW ITS A PAIN IN THE BACK SIDE.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It may be this simple:
1- as silly as it may seem, are you sure the size is correct, if it is a letter size paper and it says legal, it will jam. open the paper tray and make sure the guides are snug againgst the paper,
does it say letter (or legal) for the tray you are going to use, if they do not correspond then look behind the tray inside the machine, is there a paper jammed in the back?
Or not so easy
2-You are having a sensor problem, take a look at the duplex tray,
pull it out and look at the sensors ( black little levers that stick out) are there any pieces of paper, can you move them and they spring back into place?
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