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Doc. feeder jam, after paper removed completely

After completely removing paper from top feeder jam, the screen continues to display 'Doc. feeder jam' and does not reset after pressing cancel button or enter. It will not reset itself even when turned off and on.

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  • darryl_duet Mar 12, 2009

    when i removed the paper there were no pieces missing, and i have opened and closed feeder cover, any other suggestions

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HP LaserJet 3030 All-In-One Printer
Doc. feeder jam, after paper removed completely

Posted on Aug 13, 2016

Have you physically open the Document feeder cover on the left and made sure that there are no little pieces of paper here? Plus opening this section is the only way to reset an ADF jam.

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