Question about Samsung CLP 300 Laser Printer
I have just SOLVED my CLP 300 printer paper jams by replacing the rubber band on the paper pick up roller. My old rubbber had worn flat and had dried out. I was lucky as Samsung had sent me one for an engineer to fit. However, being an engineer myself, I replaced it with instant success!
You could fix yours without replacing the band because all it needs is to be turned around to a non worn area. To get to it safely, unplug your printer from the mains supply and the USB cable. Remove the paper tray.
Open the front door and remove the imaging unit complete with toners. Now turn your Printer upside down and look for the rotating bar with a centre wheel and rubber band. The rubber band looks like it only goes half way around the wheel. This band is Clipped onto the wheel. With careful prising, you can unclip the rubber band. It's a bit tricky and tight but I have done it no probs. Perhaps being a techy myself has helped? Anyway, rotate the band around so that a fresh bit of rubber will be acting on the paper and refit. This is also tight and tricky, but can be done without dismantling the printer to replace the who bar.
The actual part that is unserviceable is the rubber on the Samsung MEA unit pick up roller. The part number is JC97-02647A
Now refit all the other stuff and test your printer. I have also got rid of the dreaded clicking too! But that's another story.
Hope this helps?
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
Not really a solution but a workaround. The problem is if there is only black text the printer will consistently tell you it has a paper jam. If there is any colour in the document it will print fine! The workaround is go to the printer in Control Panel, right click select Printing Preferences, select Extras, turn on Watermark the select Edit, change the watermark to a "full stop" and reduce font size to 8 and select a colour. OK and apply. This prints an almost invisible colour dot and fools the printer. Boom. Boom.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
I have fixed it by cost nothing. but It will be a big job for who don't have experience to apart printers.
The strep as follow:
1. Remove 2 screws from top cover 2. Take off top cover 3. Remove right side (no power USB side) 4. Take off back cover 5. Remove left side cover (have USB and power port side) 6. On left side you will see printer mother board 7. Disconnect all the cables linked with mother board 8. Unscrew 4 screws from 4 corner on mother board 9. Remove mother board 10. Under mother board there have metal piece, remove 3 screws from thet piect (2 screw same 1 different make sure you are know the position) 11. take out cover metal 12. go Back to priner back side 13. Removed 3 scews (2 white 1 back scews) 14. back to left side of the printer 15. you will see inside there is one screw linked with back metal panel removed it. 16. Then you can remove back panel 17. you will see the roller for the printer, the rubber piece can apart from wheel. apart small piece of rubber with bone 18. change contact point 2 side then put it back.
Re do step 18-1 for assemble your printer.
Then turn on printer, print, it will work again.
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Posted on May 16, 2009
I am having the same problem when attempting to print to the Samsung CLP-300 from one of my network computers. When I print from the computer to which the printer is attached, no problems. But when I print from another machine, the paper begins to feed and then gets "jammed". Doesn't matter what type of paper it is...20#, 90#, 110#, etc. Could it be a memory problem with the printer?
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
Throw the fucking thing in the bin...
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
Another way to solve the problem if you can't replace the band is to take a low grit sand paper to the band. This resurfaces the band and will by you some time until you can order the part from Samsung.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
Sorry, bout that. It's a Samsung CLP 300. I have installed the latest driver from Samsung as well and it is still occuring. And of course their help line is open only dring the hours I'm at work.
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
It looks like some sensors are not working or malfuctioning. Atleast you should tell us what printer you are using !
Posted on Oct 06, 2007
Did the solution suggested by Palwing, roughed up the band with an emery board. Did the trick! Thanks.
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
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If the Paper Feed Roller is dirty or paper powder is attached to it, paper may not be fed properly.
In this case, clean the Paper Feed Roller. Cleaning will wear out the Paper Feed Roller, so perform this only when necessary.
You need to prepare: three sheets of A4 or Letter-sized plain paper
1.Make sure that the power is turned on, and remove any paper from the Rear Tray.
2.Open the Paper Output Tray gently, and open the Output Tray Extension.
3.Clean the Paper Feed Roller without paper.
(1) Press the (Maintenance) button repeatedly until b appears.
(2) Press the Black or Color button.
The Paper Feed Roller will rotate as it is cleaned.
4.Clean the Paper Feed Roller with paper.
(1) Make sure that the Paper Feed Roller has stopped rotating, and load three sheets of A4 or Letter-sized plain paper in the Rear Tray.
(2) Make sure that b appears on the LED, then press the Black or Color button.
The machine starts cleaning. The cleaning will be completed after the paper is ejected.
This should fix the issue
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