Power on printer while holding both the + & - buttons simultaneously; release when “OKIUSER” is displayed.
Press either the + or – button until “ENGINE DIAG MODE” is displayed; press the Enter button and “DIAGNOSTIC MODE xx.xx.xx” will be displayed.
Press and hold both the - & On-line buttons simultaneously until “ENG DIAG LEVEL2” is displayed.
Press either the + or – button until “CONSUMABLE COUNTER SET” is displayed, press the Enter button; you are now in the menu to set various consumables.
Press either the + or – buttons to scroll through the various consumables, at the desired consumable press the Enter button and the last digit of the count will start flashing.
Press the Cancel button to decrease the digit amount or press the On-line button to increase the digit amount; press the + or – buttons to move along individual digits in the count.
Once the count is at the level you desire, press and hold the On-line, Cancel, & Back buttons simultaneously until the “*” reappears next to the count; consumable’s count are reseted to the number you specified.
Press the + or – buttons to move to the next consumable and repeat at step 5.
Once all consumable counts have been set to desired amounts that are below their end-of-life thresholds, you can use the Back, +, & - buttons to exit through the menus
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Open the rear cover and in the centre of the curved black guide you will see a small black lever with a silver spring on it. this is a arm to the jam sensor. check it moves freely and returns to its upright position. If ok the blow air under it into the actual sensor. Check the pickup roller is not smooth. If it is its rubber tyre can be rotated so the good part touches the paper.
If looking into the paper feed there is no visible jamb, check the outside of the printer elsewhere. There is usually an access panel that comes off to manually remove any caught paper from behind where your paper loads to copy.
Toggle through the menus on the printer to the "Sys Config Menu" and turn OFF both the "Manual Timeout" and "Timeout in Job".
As a note, we only have this issue crop up when our printer is accessed through an Apple Time Capsule. When it was directly attached to the computer, or accessed directly through IPP we had never had the error page print.