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Fix paper jam

Paper is caught in right roller, says remove green clips to dislodge, but there are no green clips!

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Sir there showed be two green release levers on each side of the Fusing unit the part that get very hot. THEY mite have been broken off. Get a new fusing unit? or have tech come out and look at.

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Posted on Jan 04, 2015


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SOURCE: paper jam

open doors and find these solenoids, clean them and make sure they are moving fine, its not so hard. just step by step move with paper and find out where the solenoids are. solenoids aren't expensive so if its a solenoid problem you should fix it

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SOURCE: Minolta 2350DL laser printer paper jam that will not clear

You have to take off the roller . :)

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Just turn of the printer for five minutes and then turn on...

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SOURCE: paper Jams (xylophone effect)

This problem is caused by a poor glue compound used on a solonoid assembly (SL3) in the back of the printer. Although difficult to get to, it is easy to fix.

Remove the back panel. Now remove the power board (PWB-A) - that's the lower-left board with the over-abundance of connections. At the top of the newly exposed area will be a solonoid assembly (SL3) - a small, black, round device connected by two wires and mounted to a brass-colored bracket. This assembly is mounted by one screw. Remove the screw and the solonoid assembly. Now that you have the solenoid assembly out, the repair should be a snap.

Notice on the assembly will be a brass lever held in place by a spring. At the tip of the lever that rests against the brass bracket, you should be able to see a tiny black pad when you push down on the other end of the lever. The glue that holds the black pad in place is the problem. The pad is likely part-way to most of the way out of position. Lining the pad back up with the tips of both brass pieces and supergluing it will do the trick. Just make sure to not superglue the brass pieces together and to let the superglue cure before putting it back together.

As to exactly why this repair procedure works, I'm unsure. I can only speculate that the lever must rest too far from the solonoid and be failing to stop the gear that feeds the paper. Or in my case, with only one or two folds in the paper, it must have been functioning too slowly.

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SOURCE: duplex jamming of copy paper

Clean the rollers and clean the clutches mounted in the duplex cover to the rear of the duplexer Also the fuser mite be bad the fuser inter connects with the duplexer

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