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Kodak ESP5 Printer - actual paper jam

Kodak ESP5 Printer
I do have a paper jam amd there are no instrcions to get to the paper. I dont want to pull it out from the front, What should I do?

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  • emmmandemmm1 Feb 09, 2009

    The more I pull the paper the more it tears. I wont have anything to grip on, AND If I knew how to open the cover of the roller I would be home free. Not a clue. I only have the printer a month and not used to the feature for this, This is my first jam. My last printer I was able to.........rather I knew how to remove the back to get to the paper. AND with THAT machine they told us NOT to pull the paper in the front. That was a LEXMARK. I don't know what to do with this KODAK. It shocks me that there in nothing in the book to tell me how to handle this problem

  • Bora1 Apr 08, 2009

    I had only used the printer a few times when the paper got caught by the print head and jammed up on the left hand side. To clear the paper the head had to be dragged away. The paper cleared but now the printer will not print properly. It is not worth asking to have it repaired since it will probably be cheaper to throw it away a purchase a new one, but not another Kodak.

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You can pull it out from front and if you don't want pul it out from front just open up the cover of roller then take off the paper.
you are done

Good luck

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

  • sanjay Limbu
    sanjay Limbu Feb 09, 2009

    you got problem in Paper roller Feed so either you need to clean up properly that or if you dont know how to do this /if no service manual then please call at 800 421 6699 for Kodad assistance.



    thanks for rating the answer.

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