Question about Konica Minolta Minolta FAX3900 Digital Copier, Copier/Fax Machine 16 ppm printing and up to 600 dpi resolution, rec... Printer
Posted by Anonymous on
Clean the rollers with small amount of water and soap or replace them also check the path use a business card to push through the area where the paper bends to go under neath
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: konica 7025 paper jam
Does this happen when he orginals go thur the document feeder? How does the copy look if the orginal is placed on the glass. Vertical feed problem mite be dirty rollers or dirty clutch,
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
Try to replace the 'paper is present' sensor with the 'cover open' one to see if now it is detecting the paper. Also, check the actuator that enter in that sensor.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
The paper feed solenoid is sticking, it can be seen thru a hole in the back with the door opened. Not easy to get to, but I have been able to bend the stop tab slightly and run just fine.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
If the paper was damaged we can presume that there is a blockage, however your jam sounds like the paper is not in the expected position at the expected time (ie a sensor is not reporting that a peice of paper has reached it) so this can be cased by
1. rollers slipping on the paper from
a/ slippy media - try a different paper (even as a test)
b/Build up of paper dust on the rollers- If you can see the roller, power off and wipe with cloth
c/ Roller ware - If you can see the roller and have a mild abreahisive like wire woll If you can see the roller and give the rollers a rub
2. Sensor failure-Try Powering off then unplug wait 2 minutes and then power back up, this will reinitilise a sensor
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
If you have verified that there is no jammed paper, then I would suggest taking a can of compressed air and blowing the doc feeder out as best you can. Often times dust or paper scraps and debris can become lodged in the paper path, frequently blocking a sensor, thus creating a jam (despite the lack of paper.) As well, you might try running a thick piece of card stock through the feeder, as this will act to dislodge any stuck paper bits.
Let me know how it turns out.
Posted on Dec 11, 2010
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