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Hello. If the encoder strip just fell off but not broken/ripped apart/torn, try if you can have your hand hook it up back to its place. I believe it just goes back in to a hook on the side. That might be difficult to do though since the hook is all the way to the side and there's not much enough space for your hand to move. But if your printer is still within warranty, try to call Lexmark and hope they can replace it for you. Hope I can assist you more on this.
But anyways, the AIT should be in the MAF Sensor. Hence all the wires.
OK so i havent taken apart a MAF sensor and neither should you, its a pricey item.
But I do know this; An AIT is an NTC sensor meaning that when tempurature goes resistance goes down and when resistance goes down Voltage goes up. Now one thing you can do is find a wiring diagram of the maf sensor and the vehicles computer. And on there it will show you which wire goes to the AIT.
two things to check first there is an adjustment on that sensor small piece of paper on end of sensor has to contact fly wheel and be torn off at start up adjust to just touch flywheel should do the trick.second is the connector snapped tight. and the wires on those motors are know to have problems just un hook sensor and disconnect battery cable and use a self powered cheap conuity tester on both wires to pcm . u dont need a diagram for this test because the tester will find the wires at pcm if there ok. if you find a open wire open the harness and follow the wire to pcm keep checking along the way with cheap tester dont use a test light ask for connuity tester. hope this helps.it may also need to be resncyed with cam sensor.
Take a picture of the inside of your computer and put it up on the website with the wire connectors that need to be connected. The connecting wires should be in four groups. 1. The power supply connectors. These connectors will supply power to to all the power using components not supplied power by the motherboard itself. 2 The connections to the other components in your system like the dvd/cd player and the harddrive and floppy drive.3. The motherboard connections for the case. The power switch connector andreset switchconnector. The power led and theharddrive activity light.The USB connector and the audio connector.The fan connections like the cpu fan and other fan only connectors found on the motherboard.The external fans ( Fans that need to be connected to the power supply).Most of these connections are labeled on the motherboard. The case connectors also should be labeled for the correct connection. The best way to find the answers to this hook-up, may be to call HP pavilion with your computer make and model number,motherboard model number including revisions number. Computer made by big manufacturers tend to have may revisions and the only way to make sure your are getting a correct hook-up to the motherboard is call them for assistance.Especially if the motherboard and case labels are not present or so small that they cannot be read.Hope this helps you with your problem.
Paper jam 2 error code is saying the jam is in the fuser area of the machine. You need to remove the toner cartridge, and since you said you've taken the whole thing apart, maybe try a flashlight and look for a LITTLE piece of paper that may have torn off that remains stuck around that fuser area (the fuser is the thing behind the toner that gets hot-- so be careful -- but look in the corners and anywhere a small piece of paper could have torn and got stuck.
If you're absolutely sure that there is nothing stuck, I'd try to do a hard-reset: Turn off the machine, unplug the power cord and the cable that goes to your computer (if it's hooked up to one. And if it is hooked up to a computer, power down the computer as well.) Wait a minute or two, plug the computer back in, plug the power cord and cable from the printer back in, then turn on the printer and the computer and let them both go through their various start-ups.
If none of that works, let us know.. but from what I know and the docs I have access to, it should work... (fingers crossed!)