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Front paper jam

Xante accel a writer 3N
The message is: front paper jam, but there is no paper in it. The printer will not print. After starting the printer there comes no testpage. Can you solve this problem? Even there are black stripes on the paper since three weeks

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Always try to remove a paper jam without tearing the paper.
If torn, make sure no scraps of it are missing.
Lokk for any tiny scraps, esp stuck on paper path sensor.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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I know the 4g is much newer then mine...but being it's the same company.. this problem might be fixed the same way.

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