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Whenever the printer doesn't pulls the paper please
pull the pack of papers, browse through the papers with your finger and
put them back gently.If it doesn't work it means the wheels that pull the paper are worn and you need to replace them.
For the second problem, this is not a printer problem but a software problem, please specify which software do you use so we can help you, as each software has individual options to print multiple pages. It will also be more logical to post the problem in the specific software area.
If there are papers stick out of the top in the recieving tray gently wriggle them back and forth until they are free. Then, open up printer and the remove the ink cartidge. The papers lying mostly on the inside need to be pulled from the inside. The papers that have just been picked up and are mostly still lying in the paper feeder can be pulled out from there as well (although you may want to remove all the paper that hasn't been grabbed yet). Just keep wriggling back and forth gently so as not to tear the paper and lose a little scrap inside.
open the printer again.you didnot specify which kodak printer you have. take all papers out of paper tray .fan them properly to make sure that no two papers are sticking to each other.
load papers again in to the printer,contact kodak @1800 421 6699 if u face problem again.
Lift the top off and turn it over on your lap. Check two things. There are probably contact points on the side that prevent the use of the machine when it is in the position you have it in. They are probably nothing more than a button pushed in when you return the unit to the receiving bin. Next with a pair of tweezers that work pull all the bits of paper out from between the blades you can. It is somthing you need to do anyway after a big job. There is also probably a light sensor where the paer goes into the shredder. Remove as much paper as you can if any is still sticking out from the shredder. Once you have removed all the paper bits from between the blades return the unit to the base. This will also have given it a chance to cool down. If there is a reverse switch use it to try and reverse the paper back out. If not try running it again. If this still does not work then you will have to physically take the shredding unit apart and dismantle it until you can get to the papers that are jammed. If you have a techie in the area or a guy with tools you trust, see if there are any screws that you can take the top apart and remove the jammed papers that way.
Just check if the papers are sticky. Stapled papers even after removing the pins are held together at the point where the pin was! In the horizontal direction it can hold two papers together. Multiple papers can prevent loading of sheets. Clean the pickup rollers with a damp cloth thoroughly, no solvents please.
S. Mohan, Chennai, India