Question about Dell 5330dn Laser Printer
Posted by Anonymous on
It is the paper feed solenoid. The timing of the paper feeding is off.
Posted on Jul 09, 2015
Your paper feed selonoild is defective. The part number in 5p1km. I'm am dell printer tech.email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Posted on Jun 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dell 1700n Jamming
try "rotating the pick up tires". (dell tech's phrase, not mine). pull the paper tray clear out of cabinet and look up inside the bottom of the printer. you will see a t shaped assembly with 2 large rubber tires (rollers). pull the assembly down (spring loaded) and peel the tires off the plastic mounting rollers. turn the tires inside out and replace them.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
There are rubber rollers that grab the paper to pull it through typically these get slick over time and will cause the printer to grab an extra sheet of paper. How I usually fix this problem is to check and see if the rollers are slick if so then I take an Emory board to them to rough them up just a little bit. I have also in the past used clear finger nail polish on the roller and that has helped. I would apply a bit of the clear polish to the roller, if it did not work then I would take the Emory board to it.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
I had same problem. If you go to rear of printer and open the back door you'll see it is attached to a blue connector. Unattached it so that the door opens fully and then unflap the inside roller assembly. Next open the fuser door and you'll notice a little spring loaded assembly on the inside of the opened fuser door. This is where my problem was. Make sure that the assembly springs back when pushed because part communicates with a sensor on the motherboard. If it doesn't spring back then the printer thinks there is a jam. Mine was stuck but after pushing it a few times it started to work freely again. This was a frustrating problem but that fixed my issue and hopefully it will fix yours.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
might be possible the cartigies of the printer has gone bad ,,take the cartiges out and then try to reset the computer and check that wether the things are working or not .
or else try to get in touch with me on fixya
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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