I get a "no paper" when there is plenty of paper in printer
The error message was intermittent and would resolve if I shut off the computer and printer and restarted both. Sometimes it would copy but not print. After a number of copies the problem went away for a while. Now it is back again.
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I assume you are trying to print from your computer.
The driver for this unit will give you an out of paper message almost any time it won't print for any reason.
If the unit copies, but does not print from your computer, then it is a communication issue. Perhaps uninstall/reinstall the driver?
Error: Printer Error (3825)
Published 04/17/2012 04:30 PM ' Updated 05/30/2012 11:48 AM ' Answer ID 46577
How do I resolve the error message "Printer Error" (code 3825) on my all-in-one printer? To resolve the error:
The OKI B6100n Laser printer is a unique printer. These Error messages are to enable you detect the fault and resolve it if you can and the once you cant it resolve,u call the repairman.
The Service Error 02 means that there is a paper jam inside the printer and the only way to resolve it is to remove the paper from the indicated location on the printer. You can also check the user manual on the CD ROM of the printer for more information and how to correct similar error messages on the printer.
Had the same problem with mine, very intermittent. Remove all the paper and open the feed tray lid so you can get access to the three grey pinch rollers. Start printing then push on the roller with your finger to try and 'rough it up' (if it clicks you are pressing too hard).
The fault appears to be that the pinch rollers are loosing their grip and can not pull the glossy paper through. I dare say using a mild washing up liquid solution would be better but this is a safe quick fix.
Did this to mine and it has worked fine ever since.
Checked for paper jam, no luck
Unplugged the USB connection and from the wall socket, no luck
Took the cartridge out and reloaded them again, no luck
Switched the whole computer off and then logged in back again, no luck.
Uninstalled the software.
Installed the software, driver, message "computer cannot communicate to the printer", but the scanner, fax and copy started working.
Deleted all pending jobs
Shut down the computer then logged in again.
Bingo, the printer started working.