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Jam in H212. How do I take it apart to remove small jam. It was a business card

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Clear paper jam


1. Turn ON calculator and set the slide switch P/NP/IP switch to P position.
2. Remove the paper roll from printer.
3. Use a business card and insert into the printer slot

4. press the feed key to feed the business card to clear the paper jam

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REMOVE PAPER TRAY TO CLEAR PAPER JAM


This may help. Only feed business card paper through the manual feed tray. Good luck.

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Printer jammed. I cleared the jam but it


You most likely have a tiny piece of paper stuck in the paper path that cannot be seen unless taken apart. Depending on the type of printer... remove the paper tray and the back cover and look for any small shred of paper. If you still see nothing, a local repair shop would be your best option.

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I have an HP C7280 All-in-one printer. I was


Well, I took the printer apart(as much as I could w/o removing any screws)and copied something onto card stock. I was looking for any extra business cards that I'd missed. The copying worked. I then unplugged everything and took the printer off of it's stand. I then noticed a piece of plastic from the feed in the back lying on the stand. I somehow managed to get it back on the printer where it belonged and voila! the printer worked! Don't know if the plastic piece was the culprit, but at least the printer works now.

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Paper jam message brother MFC-440CN


Generally theres still a small piece stuck somewhere. Remove the back where the paper feeds through and check there. Then open the top so you can see the ink head and check around there. That should do it. The printer sometimes wont remove the jam until you open that top lid.
Also try switching it on and off again just to be sure.
If it's still there, the only other way is ripping it apart to find that pesky bit of paper still stuck.

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I have a Canon MX700 printer. I had a "business card paper" jam. Since the paper is perforated for business cards, it wasn't fun removing all the pieces. I finally removed the back panel & was able to...


Hi You can Try

Error Code 5100
Solution 1:
Clean the timing strip.

Solution 2:
The purge cap (the white sliding mechanism that the print head parks to when it's not in use) may be not lubricated well enough .

Lubricate the sliders with some white grease (don't get it on the small wipers or the black caps); this repair probably require to remove the right panel off of the printer to gain access to the purge mechanism.


All The Best: Pineworks

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How to clear internal paper jam on CLX-3160FN Samsung Multifunction Printer


Get rid of it. Your problems will only get worse. Mine is going to the landfill.

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Repeated paper jam in fuser


Fuser's orange roller is not meant to be wrinkled, if this is then I would recommend you replace it (just slides out) pic below
b4eead5.jpg If printing on card, you need to feed via manual bypass and exit from the back, not on the top, aka the "face up tray." Tray pulls out from rear. Rear tray will only stack a few card sheets at once.

Setting on printer's control panel must be set to card/heavy paper type on manual bypass tray

Their may still be some card in fuser causing jams.

Please rate as FIxya or post back,
Cheers
S. :-)

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Paper jam error


Check rear door for paper fragments check paper jam sensors ussally one front middle and rear make sure they arn't stuck, model make?

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