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White streaks and double printing


Usually when a printer can't feed paper evenly anymore, it's worn out. As long as you are using fresh paper and not over or under loading the paper tray, the rollers should feed the paper ok.

Nov 24, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Hello the paper feed roller is not pulling the paper down evenly. It appears that the bar on the left paper feed wheel is out of line. how can i access the rollers to rectify this


This article in the Lexmark website on How to Remove and/or Avoid a Paper Jam in your Lexmark X5300 & X5400 & X5600 Series All-In-One might help resolve the problem. However, if the paper feed roller is visibly "out of line" causing it to mechanically fail, I would strongly suggest you contact Lexmark technical support for assistance.

Apr 18, 2011 | Lexmark X5470 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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I have a paper jam that i cant get to. The paper is coming out with a line that is crimped in the middle. I can hear paper rolling but cant see anything to get out. The paper that comes out has a line...


Hi there,

Check for any debris or any stuck object inside the unit, it could be a small piece of paper has left inside when you encounter any paper jam problem before.

Better to use a better high quality paper on your copier, it sometimes the problem like this happen because of low quality paper use, the paper roll inside and the paper cannot feed out properly out of the copier.

Let me know for further assistance.

Thank you for using fixya,

Jun 22, 2010 | Canon imageCLASS D860 All-In-One Laser...

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My samsung printer is not picking up the sheets of paper correctly and they seem to be sticking on the roller


It could be a dirty pickup roller in printer. Found following advice from Samsung:

Printer will not feed the paper depends on following possibility.
  • Paper Type:
    • If surface of the paper is too smooth, pick-up roller will not feed the paper.
    • In such case, try with different type of paper.
  • Pick-up Roller:
    • If the rubber roller is worn out, it will not feed the paper from the tray. There is not enough friction to feed the paper.
    • Pull the paper tray out and clean the rubber roller.

Feb 28, 2010 | Samsung SCX 4521F All-In-One Laser Printer

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Keeps saying to load paper and paper is in tray


Open the front panel and make sure that the rollers are secure. You may need to take out the rollers and clean them to make sure that they are getting enough traction. Also, add paper to the paper tray til it is full and push the papers in the tray all the way to the end. Make sure the clamps that keep the paper lined up are lined up properly as well. One last resort is to do a power down and power up. If none of these things work, then you may need a new roller.

Dec 05, 2009 | HP Photosmart 3210 Printer

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Lines repeating on copied paper from Canon PC 745 copier.


You probably have a piece of paper wrapped on your pressure cleaning roller inside the fuser. The patterm on the paper is the same and the spacing is equal and it is in the direction or feed.

Apr 11, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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OPTRA T610 NOT PRINTING FROM TRAY1


What happens is that the rubber roller that's supposed to pick paper up and load it in doesn't pull the paper from the tray anymore, hence it gives the paper jam error message. If you want you can replace that rubber roller to fix the problem, however first thing I do is to take that rubber roller out (remove tray and look underneath to find the roller) and turn it inside out then fit it back. This will give the rubber roller the grip that it missed and solve your problem.

Jul 13, 2008 | Lexmark Optra T610 Laser Printer

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I have a black line of ink on the back side of the paper when I print anything. It fade through to the front. The line goes down the middle of the paper and is about 1/4 in wide


Cause: Possibly a leak in an ink cartridge. Pull all of your cartridges and inspect for leaks....it will be obvious and you will probably get it all over everywhere if you are not carefull, so be prepared to immediately toss it in the waste bin.

Solution: Sounds like you have ink (wet?) inside the paper path on one of the rubber rollers. It sounds like it is so saturated with ink that this will continue for a long time until it either runs out or you replace the roller.

Look for the roller that is where this line appears. Using another piece of paper or a paper towel soaked with alcohol (rubbing), touch it and see if ink doesn't appear on the paper. If it does then you might be able to clean it by continuing to soak up the ink on scrap paper by pressing it out of the roller. It won't completely fix the problem and it won't do it right away but it will get it started.

Jun 21, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Help


hi im jules_09,check the fuser unit paper are folded because the rubber roller is worn out then the black line is also cause by scratch or damage upper or hot roller in the fuser unit.if the hot roller or uuper roller is fine check the drum unit if the opc drum is damage or scratch then check also the drum cleaning blade or roller,blak line in copy indicate one or two part either in the fuser unit or drum unit is damage.

Nov 15, 2007 | Panasonic FP-7735 Black and White Copier

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