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NP6050 Remove Jammed original

The autofeeder results in an error telling me to remove the jammed original. I've been over the thing with a fine tooth comb and there is not jam or piece of paper lodged anywhere. I've gon so far as to clean the sensors as well. Shutting the thing off and restarting results in the same thing. The autofeeder does not engage, I get a green light at the autofeeter adjustment paper arms and the screen gives that error telling me to lift the cover.

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  • ntfa Apr 30, 2009

    Thank you for your response. The black arms do not move and the tray does not drop. Then I get blinking green light in the opaque window. I took it apart and examined the two black arm and the drive mechanism that attaches to the little motor. It is intact and not broken. I also unplugged the cables and plugged them back in. When I put a sheet of paper to be copied in, a green arrow appears. Then when I hit copy, the green arrow blinks and indicates a Jam. The black arms do not move

  • ntfa Apr 30, 2009

    Ok, I took the front cap off and unplugged the black cable and plugged it back in. It says on the LCD to open the left lid on the ADF but when I do, it does not reset. Now a different error than opening the lid. Driving me crazy!

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I have a quetion for you first... Do the two Black Arms that count the orginals do they move freely? And are there two there? There is a shaft that holds both of the arms and they break sometimes. Here is something to try..... Turn the copier OFF & remove the 4 screws that hold the front cover of the adf. Once you have the cover off you will see that the doc feed tray has one connector under nieth the tray... Maybe 6 or 8 wires & it is a black connector. Disconnect the connector and then reconnect again and turn the copier back ON and see if the jam go's away... If not there is a sensor on the back right side, by the hing that may not be restting that the adf was opened.. You have to take the back cover OFF, 5 screws.... Good Luck

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