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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Re: paper not moving forward
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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Try cleaning the rubber paper feed rollers. If it fails to pick up the paper in a pre determined time it will show paper jam. The pick up tires must pick up paper when turning, if not the paper will not feed into the machine and it will show paper jam with no jammed paper.
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.
Check your paper pickups. If they are worn and have problems picking up and feeding the paper, it might stop in the fuser. Check your tray settings, the paper guides and paper pickups. Straighten everything, and it should be all good..
This is due to the the problems of pick up rollers.
the roller either became hard or became so smooth that can not pick paper.
no worry.... here is the soluton.....
Open the back door of the printer. the four rollers are visible.....
Clean them with a soft cloth dipped in water & detergent.. (never use alcohol....it kills rubber....)
Now rub the rollers with some emery paper or emry tool a little.
Put some drops of very fine oil like machine oil and spread the same over till it absorbs all.
The same procedure is needed for one take up roller in the bottom. It is a difficult to approach. One can use a scale or alike object to reach it.
The oil makes the rollers soft and rough so they easily pick paper.
Remove excess oil from rollers and refit the back door.
Hurray..... it is not taking paper..........
The machine had never given trouble before, only this time when a new person was using it. So, figuring they may have refilled the paper tray incorrectly, I took out the paper guides at the back and kept hand feeding one sheet at a time. After each jam up I had to reset everything but after about 7-8 tries "something" cleared and now it works fine. Regards BB