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Problem feeding paper in JaserJet 1320

I have an odd problem. I have a 1320 that won't feed the paper from the tray. When I print, I hear a few soft clicks, then the warning light comes on.

I finally got my hands on another 1320, and compared them. All the mechanics look sound. The problem occurs with either paper tray, so it seems that the problem is with the printer itself.

The odd thing is that if I turn the printer on its left side (the side with the power switch), it feeds paper just fine!

If anyone can give me some pointers on where to look, I would appreciate it thoroughly.

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  • rundgren Feb 06, 2009

    Thanks for your reply!

    The feed roller behaves exactly like the working printer.


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Remove toner and cassette.
Turn the machine upside down .

The feed roller should not freewheel, one of the tabs could be broken off of the feed roller.

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