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Hp 4215 printer paper won't feed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hp p1006 wont load/feed paper
i know this is not perfect but...
paper runs out during printing... so
1)open the front cover
2)close the front cover
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Posted on May 08, 2009
SOURCE: won't feed paper
I had the same problem it was not feeding paper, and was giving the out of paper msg, I checked and the feed roller ( small black one in contact with paper) was not rotating, Also when the back cover is removed the roller also did not rotate. I took apart the printer and found that a white gear with the encoder disc (clear film with printed lines) on the central shaft was slighty broken, The shaft is knurled but is a poor design. I had to drill through the gear and the shaft to fit a pin to be able to fully secure the gear to the shaft. Kevin
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
ithink it is not softwere pfoblem. it is related to the sencer which is connectet to the paper feder ...etc and some time dust of printer created that type problem . in our gener al practes we solved this problem. first we should open cover and drum then blow air by blower. in this way we remove disattach ment of senser., then printer can work.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
SOURCE: paper won't feed properly and
There are a couple of possibilities. First is a little piece of paper could be stuck somewhere along the paper path and is causing one of the feed rollers to not grab the paper evenly, which will make the page twist on most of the models in this series, if you pull the paper out and take a flashlight and look up the feed path you will usually see anything in the feed path near/on the rollers at the top.
Another possibility is one of the feed rollers is old and worn out (If machine gets heavy use) and it will cause same issue.
Also light paper stock can sometimes be too thin for the rollers to grab properly and cause it to twist and slide around. This is usually more of an issue with gravity/drop feed printers but can also occur on front feed style too. Usually 20lb stock is good, but if thats doing it, you can try going to a 24lb.
Posted on May 06, 2011
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