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Traded HP LaserJet 1200 to inlaws for their B1160w. Got the Dell home, installed it. Paper jams when printer tries to pull it in. Looks like it's being pulled unevenly. Tried more than once. Pulled each "jammed" sheet out and each one is bent in about the center of the page.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sounds like you may need to replace the pick up rollers on the machine. Without knowing exactly where the jam error happens during the print process, it's hard to say.
Posted on Oct 19, 2007
Sounds like the feed rollers need cleaning.
Clean the feed rollers, lint free cloth,bottled water.
wait for them to properly dry
Revolve the feed roller bar as you clean them, to clean the feed rollers all the way round, remove all particles from them.
Check you ADF grips are set correctly, if not you will get mis-fed sheets. check the tray is sat properly too or mis-feeds.
Check paper size is correct in print properties too.
Should be good then
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
You need the pick up rollers replaced. Call your service centre to replace pick rollers as these are feeding the pages crocked
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
Your best method of troubleshooting is the manual sensor test as this is a generic paper jam error.
on your sensor tests:
0 = off
1 = on
A = TOP OF PAGE SENSOR
B = PAPER LOOP SENSOR
C = N/A
D = FUSER PAPER SENSOR
E = DELIVERY-TRAY PAPER-FULL SENSOR
F = FUSER PRESSURE-RELEASE SENSOR
G = MEDIA SENSOR
H = N/A
I = MP TRAY SENSOR
J = CASSETTE SENSOR
K = DOOR OPEN DETECTION SWITCH
L = DEVELOPING ESTRANGEMENT SENSOR - CLR
M = DEVELOPING ESTRANGEMENT SENSOR - BLK
N = MP TRAY MEDIA POSITION SENSOR
A-F are paper path sensors - you can toggle them and watch if they change from 0 to 1. If they do, the problem is not in that area.
G can have states from 0-7 each one representing a different type of paper - shouldn't have anything to do with jamming.
hope this helps. probably a tiny piece of paper or toner somewhere. could also be a torsion spring out of position on a flag.
Posted on May 10, 2010
Look closely at the "path" that the paper takes through the printer -- you probably have a small piece of paper stuck somewhere, that is causing the paper-feed to get "skewed".
Failing that, take the printer to a qualified technician.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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