Question about Kyocera Office Equipment & Supplies
We have had this printer at the dealer for service twice, and they have replaced all rollers, provided us with a board for a more stable surface, and provided us with different paper. The printer still continues to jam intermittently.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kyocera Printer FS-1800 plus
Hi, first of all,pull out paper tray and check any paper,or scrap jammed.When paper tray is pulled out,open paper transport unit-You have green handle on the right side of machine,in the place of right side of paper tray.Pull out paper transport and remove paper.Just close paper transport unit and paper tray,open and close top cover.
Posted on Nov 29, 2007
If the paper is jamming at the exit rollers, you will be need to clean the rubber on the rollers. It gets shiny and does not grip the paper to take it away.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
The red rollers are probably replaceable, and therefore removable. Take a close look, and see if you can tell how they would be removed. It will either snap out, or you'll push it to the side and remove one end at a time. It'll be easier to pull the paper without the roller in the way.
While you have the roller out, you can clean it by wrapping packing tape around it a few times.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
The first thing you need to do is open the device and clear any debris: leftover paper pieces, toner, etc. If this does not fix the jamming, the device could use a more thorough service. Inspect all of the moving parts and make sure that they are firmly attached. If it's possible to tighten down some components, a minor tweak with a screwdriver can work wonders.
Something a little unorthodox, but that has helped me in the past is lubrication. You could try lubricating the printer with mineral oil or paper shredder oil. There are two ways of doing this. You could open the machine up, locate rollers and then brush the oil onto the rollers. Or you could simply put a very then layer of mineral oil on a piece of paper and then run the paper through the machine. The first few pages out of the machine will have oil on them, but after a half dozen pieces or so, the parts should operate more smoothly and be less likely to jam.
I hope that helps.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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