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Printer roller will not engage paper

Re: Dell 1110 Hi! I have a Dell 1110 Mono Laser Printer with a single rubber roller that is spinning, but unable to engage the paper to place it in position to copy. I have about 6 toner cartridges and really need to keep and use this printer. Currently trying to print resumes and as if it's not frustrating enough to look for employment in this market economy, try finding a job without a printed resume!!! I desperately need to fix this printer without incurring additional expenses right now. Thank you so very much!

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Make sure you have plenty of paper in the tray, this may help the printer pick it up. if you don't have lots of paper add an A4 sized magazine, book or old printed paper in there, to full the tray.
Is there a way to manually insert the paper from the back, some printers have this feature.

Posted on Feb 10, 2014

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check the print driver in control panel...... if the correct driver for the printer is not installed, or corrupted, it can send invalid instructions to the printer, but let me check....... ahah! found it..... it's a carriage stall (not the horse kind :-') ) but the print head carriage is jamming for some reason, either there is some grit on the carriage bar, or a missing tooth in the drive belt, or the timing strip is dirty..... the easiest to fix yourself would be to clean the timing strip. the timing strip is a clear plastic tape usually behind or below the carriage bar. it looks like it has a grey horizontal stripe across it (actually it is many tiny vertical black stripes that provide the printer with motion and dot timing information). carefully with a window cleaner soaked paper towel, and without too much pressure (that would unhook one of the ends of the strip)wipe the strip clean on both front and back. also if the printer happens to be in an unlocked condition (you can do this by removing power during the head positioning cycle), try moving the printhead at a moderate speed back and forth along the carriage bar and see if there's anywhere where it binds up or you feel more than normal resistance, the printer needs repair, but at least you can tell the technician where to start looking....

Posted on Aug 01, 2006

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Try enlarging your "Printer Buffer" if you can.. OR maybe you need to set your Parallel Port to a differsnt mode in the BIOS. And/Or try updating your "Drivers" see if this all helps.

Posted on Jul 24, 2007

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SOURCE: What paper jam?

Does the printer even try to pick a piece of paper from the supply tray? If not, then it would appear that a sensor somewhere in the paper path is bad, either mechanically or electronically. Often, these sensors have a lever which touches the paper. If by chance the lever is broken or stuck it won't give a correct message to the logic circuit. If by chance the sensor is electronically defective, it would still give a bad message to the logic, and it would need to be replaced. Logic circuitry could be bad, in which case, replace the printer. With the lowcost printer/all-in-one units these days, it seems fixya has a continual flow of inquiries. Maybe this will give you some help.

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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SOURCE: Dell 1720dn takes extra blank page at end of job and jams

There are rubber rollers that grab the paper to pull it through typically these get slick over time and will cause the printer to grab an extra sheet of paper. How I usually fix this problem is to check and see if the rollers are slick if so then I take an Emory board to them to rough them up just a little bit. I have also in the past used clear finger nail polish on the roller and that has helped. I would apply a bit of the clear polish to the roller, if it did not work then I would take the Emory board to it.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Printer won't print and resume light keeps flashing

I went through the HP troubleshooting and it started printing OK when I Stopped and Started the Print Spooling under Administration Services:

-START
-Control Panel
-Administrative Tools
-Services
-Scroll Down & Right Click on Print Spooler, Choose STOP, then OK (if needed)
-Right Click again, choose START, then OK (If needed)

After a few moments, it started right up for me and the Test Page I had in the que.

Hope this helps someone.

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I have one of these printers and it's been very reliable.
Sometimes the rollers get sort of dried out or "dusty" from all the paper. When they get like this the don't grip the paper as they should.
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I would get some plain rubbing alcohol and carefully clean the rubber surface of each roller that you can see, both underneath the printer with the paper removed and inside with the toner cartridge removed.
Rotate the rollers with your fingers as you clean them be sure to get the entire surface or as much of it as you can.
In many cases this will fix the problem. If you have a badly worn or damage roller (and you can tell by looking...they look sort of wrinkly/dried up or they could even be cracked), you will have to decide if you want to buy new rollers and install them yourself or if you want to get another printer. I have no idea what the rollers cost, but this particular printer is pretty inexpensive. Mine was about $99.00. If the rollers cost more than 40 to 50% of the cost of a new printer and this printer is more than a few years old, it might be time to consider a new one.
However, if you can get the roller kits for little money, they are usually very easy to replace. Usually the most important pick up rollers slip off and on and are very easy to replace.

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