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Copies are jamming or ejecting looking like an accordion. What's the fix?

This is usually caused by something caught in the paper path. Open the printer, remove the toner and look for any obstructions in the paper path.

It also may be caused by the type of paper you are using. Try using paper from a different ****.

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Mar 07, 2011 | Brother MFC-7820N Printer

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Accordion pleated paper jams brother 7820n at back of priter

There are small black rollers just where the paper exits the machine. These become hard & shiny. Scrub them with green scouring pad moistened with an alcohol based cleaning fluid then dry them off. If they are now black & tacky your problem should be solved.

Oct 23, 2010 | Brother MFC-7820N Laser Printer

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MFC7820N has accordion pleated paper jams in the rear of the printer. I have removed and cleaned every part of the printer including roller feeders and reassembled (correctly). Any suggestions?

I had the same problem for a few days. The paper only makes it a couple inches through the last rollers entering the output tray and the rest of the paper forms pleats like accordian bellows. This started to happen nearly every time. Changing the paper, toner and drum as well as cleaning do not help. Lift the scanner, which covers the output tray, and watch to see that the rollers at the back of the tray are actually turning when printing. If they are turning, then the paper should come right through into the output tray without forming pleats. You can push down on the four spring loaded bottom rollers at the back of the output tray to check that they will let paper through. My printer stopped making the pleated sheets.

May 23, 2010 | Brother MFC-7820N Laser Printer

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When printing paper comes out all "crinkled" maybe roller problem?

It the paper comes out crinkled or accordion looking then it is your fuser. Check where your the paper comes out of. There might be a piece of paper jammed in there that is causing this. If no obstuctions then it might be the roller on the fuser cracking and cause it to crinkle the paper. The fuser is the last thing the paper goes through before coming out. It "fuses" the toner to the paper.

Apr 26, 2010 | Brother MFC-8660DN 5-in-1 Laser...

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Constant paper jams

For the accordion jam, open the back panel. You'll see two screws on the left and on the right. Unscrew them and try to take out the part with the small plastic roller out. Clean the rollers. Then you'll see another rubber roller on the ceiling of that part. Clean them with a damp cloth and rubbed them gently. Then screw back the part you took out and close everything back up. That should clear the jam.

Oct 28, 2009 | Brother MFC-7820N Printer

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Hello, my Brother MFC-7420 started a few months ago to wrinkle the sheets, like an accordion. a technician said is the fusor and another technician says it is the drum, which one is right?

The fuser is most likely your candidate. A drum transfers the image onto the paper, but the transfer is made with an electric charge. The fuser applies heat and pressure to bond the toner to the paper.

If the fuser rollers are worn or there's heavy buildup on them, they will cause the paper to skew, crease and/or jam.

In the case of the paper bunching up and looking like an 'accordion', if this happens at the entrance guide to the fuser assembly, you're pretty much guaranteed the fuser's either jammed or defective.

Sep 04, 2009 | Brother MFC 7420 All-In-One Laser Printer

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Paper getting stuck in the rear of Brother 2820 fax machine...

Hi, There are many reasons for jams in the exit of machines and I will list the most common for you damp paper will curl as soon as it hits the fuser rollers... the fix - change paper the fuser rollers are worn (teflon coating is no longer able to deflect toner) and jams are occurring.... the fix - replace the fuser unit

Jun 09, 2009 | Brother IntelliFax-2820 Laser Fax

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HL-207ON Brother Printer

Could not find that model????
I'm assuming you are talking about the fuser, where the paper exits? there are teeth or claws there that are supposed to help guide the paper out, when they get worn they catch the paper and make an accordion. depending on the model of the machine you will have to remove the fuser and take out the paper

Sep 29, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Clicking sound and crumpled paper

Bad heat roll drive gear in the fuser. Very common problem.
Look up on google a business called "The Parts Drop". Ask for Britt, part is $13 or $14.

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