I inadvertantly kept using the calculator when the paper ran out. Consequently the paper became jammed in the machine. With much diffulty, picking with a fine instrument,etc. we finally released the stuck paper. We put a new roll in the maching. It initially worked for about 6 inches work of paper. Now it won't moved.
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Please confirm that nothing droped inside in your printer (pins-stapler-small pieces of torn paper)-double a piece of paper roll and try to insert it while you press paper feed button to remove any object in paper path- apply light grease in gears and test your calculator.if the problem exist pass it to service center.
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When the paper jams, the printer stops and the error symbol
"P.E" appears. Turn off the calculator. Tear off the paper tape
and then pull the remaining part of the paper forward and
completely out of the printer
when my Aurora- AS662C shredder wouldn't go forward I assumed it had paper jammed into the blades -with it unplugged of course ,I removed 5 screws (back does not release) used tweezers to remove the jammed paper. When I initially pried it open- an off wt. plastic bar type thing fell out of it's place (on right side ) I set the plastic bar into it's place(if you look at you'll see how it set's into place, carefully closed the top making sure the bar didn't move and replaced the screws. I then ran papers through it -worked like new ! I almost bought another one and was about to throw it out ,figured I didn't have anything to loose . Best of luck -hope this helps
Installing the Paper Roll 1. Lift the paper holder so that it extends behind the calculator. 2. Make sure the calculator is plugged into an easily accessible electrical outlet near the calculator. 3. Move the POWER switch to ON. 4. Insert the end of the paper into the paper slot on the back of the calculator as shown. To avoid paper jams, use quality bond paper. 5.While feeding the paper into the slot, press and hold up arrow. 6. Place the paper roll on the paper holder. Note: To prevent damaging the printer (which may void the warranty), move the POWER switch to ON when operating the calculator without paper.
What probally happened is that the inkjet cartridges either dried out or the holes where the ink comes out became plugged up from lack of use. Try replacing the ink cartridges and see if that fixes the problem.
Thanks for using FixYa. Before you can clear the error message, you must locate where in the unit the paper is jammed.
Unplug the machine for safety. Now follow these instructions based on where the paper jam is located.
1.Pull the paper tray out of the machine.
2.Pull out the jammed paper.
3.Reset the machine by opening the Upper Jam Clear Cover and then closing it.
If you cannot remove the jammed paper from the front of the machine, or the error message still appears on the LCD after you have removed the jammed paper, please go to the next step.
4.Remove the Lower Jam Clear Cover from the back of the machine. Pull the jammed paper out of the machine.
5.Put the Lower Jam Clear Cover back on. Make sure the cover is set properly.
6.Open the Upper Jam Clear Cover. Make sure that there is no jammed paper left in the corners of the machine. Note: If the paper is jammed under the print head, unplug the machine from the power source, then move the print head to take out the paper.
7.Close the Upper Jam Clear Cover.
8.Close the output paper tray cover and slide it forward, then push the paper tray firmly back into the machine. While holding the paper tray in place, pull out the paper support until it clicks and unfold the paper support flap.
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OK, if the printer says jam but no paper inside and prints after you open and close the cover the paper likely never made it out of the tray. Or the machine thinks the page never made it out of the machine.
As far as input check your rollers 1 in the tray and the pick up roller in the machine if you don't have alot of pages on the machine these likely OK.
Next (and this I have found often) check the paper back stop in the tray. This is the guide to set the length of paper. If it is set just a little long the roller cannot catch the edge of the paper. Sometimes the teeth the guide sets in are broken or worn.
The output would be the sensor in the fuser replace fuser.
Hope this helps
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printer does not have visible paper jam and printer is showing error paper jam Check if
the Encoder Strip is Broken or Missing 1.Power down the printer and unplug the
power. 2.Slide the cartridge carrier inside the
printer a couple of inches to the left. 3.Locate the encoder strip (Figure 1) on the
right-side of the cartridge carrier encoder strip Note:
encoder strip is a plastic strip with small markings over its entire length.
The strip may appear to be translucent. Reposition
the Encoder Strip 1. Remove the power cord from the printer. 2. Lift the scanner unit to expose the
inside, where the printer cartridges are located. 3. Gently slide the ink cartridge carrier to
the middle of the printer. 4. Gently move the top part of the printer
belt to the right. 5. Using an index finger, gently push
encoder strip (Figure 1) down and then back up, to get it back into the slot
located on the back of the ink cartridge carrier. 6. Gently press the strip first to the rear,
and then forward, to ensure that it is seated correctly. 7. Manually move the ink cartridge carrier
to the left, then to the right, to check the positioning of the encoder strip. 8. Once the encoder strip has been
re-seated, close the scanner lid. 9. Re-connect the power cord to the printer. Ensure
the Paper Tray is Not Overfilled Each
printer tray has a maximum capacity rating, and this rating is based on a specific
paper weight and or thickness. Consequently, situations might arise in which
the tray will not be able to accommodate the maximum number of sheets listed in
the printer specifications. Verify that the paper is not packed too tightly in
the paper tray.