Question about HP Color LaserJet 4650DTN Printer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your problem is more than likely that the sensor lever is not properly positioned. You may also have dislodged the shaft from the drive gears (gears on right out side of carriage). Both are easy to do.
Here's a couple pictures of the exact positioning of the paper sensor positioning. It should freely flip up and fall back down with gravity. Remove the tray and check the flag that hangs down.
Just in case you have dislodged the shaft from the geartrain, here's a free copy of the HP Service manual for the printer that will walk you through disassembling the right side for re-mounting the shaft and holder clip for the shaft.
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Posted on Sep 10, 2008
SOURCE: HP laserjet p4014n
Check the media settings for your paper trays. Make sure they are set properly, also check the diver media settings. Is the problem happening with a specific print job? If it is check the page setup for that document.
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
SOURCE: Hey I have a hp3005n that
The paper feed clutch is engaging but not releasing. Either the clutch itself has gone bad or the solenoid that engages the clutch is sticking. HP's are kinda bad about having a foam strip on the solenoid that is suppose to suppress noise when the solenoid activates. Problem is the foam wears thru to the adhesive underneath so then the solenoid arm, when engaged, "sticks" to the adhesive and stays engaged when it is supposed to release. You will either need to call a repair person or dis-assemble and get to the solenoid/clutch area to try and figure out which problem you have. To get an idea where this is you would have to follw the shaft that holds the feed roller, the clutch and solenoid would be on the right side.
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Posted on Feb 11, 2011
Testimonial: "Very nice solution, the arm of the solinoid was out of position so now its all good, Thx"
SOURCE: I have a HP CP2025
It sounds like a blockage in the paper path at the rear of the unit. This unit picks from the rear of tray 2, and there is a separate path for tray 1 that conveys the paper above that tray and back to where it can intersect the main paper path. Sounds like you have a blockage where those 2 paths intersect.
Remove the cassette 2, and in that hole, there are 2 levers that allow you to lower the bottom half of the tray 1 bypass path. Look back in there for the tiniest scrap of paper left behind.
Next, if nothing is found, open the rear door, and again with a flashlight, look down in the bottom of the paper path for a small bit of torn paper, or some other obstruction. Odds are this is your problem.
Posted on Mar 01, 2011
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