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6180 states jam at reg roll cant see any jam

Our 6180 color copier states jam at reg roll open door a

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SOURCE: I'm getting Jam at Reg

Had exactly the same problem... today actually.

Found the solution with another model's manual - I removed the paper from the top, but hadn't realised there was a jam in the paper tray. It was only when pulling it out completely that I found it as below...

Jam at Registration Roller

1. Remove Tray 2 completely.

2. Clear the jammed paper from the printer's

intake slot.

3. Re-insert Tray 2.

4. Open front door A.

5. Remove jammed paper if present.
6. Close front door A

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There is an access door in the back of the printer. Open the door and you should see jammed paper. If not then you have a faulty sensor or switch.

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I'm getting Jam at Reg Roll on my Phaser 6180, and I think there may be a bit of paper in the paper path, but i can't see it. The machine says Open Door A, which I've done a few times, but it isn't...


Had exactly the same problem... today actually.

Found the solution with another model's manual - I removed the paper from the top, but hadn't realised there was a jam in the paper tray. It was only when pulling it out completely that I found it as below...

Jam at Registration Roller

1. Remove Tray 2 completely.

2. Clear the jammed paper from the printer's

intake slot.

3. Re-insert Tray 2.

4. Open front door A.

5. Remove jammed paper if present.
6. Close front door A

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Everytime intry to print it keeps coming up as paper jam or open/close door. which there is no paper jam and door is closeed


Hi,

To fix this kind of error, remove the ink cartridge and turn the printer upside down and gently shake it.Check if anything comes out.If nothing goes, or you can't hear anything rattling around, get a piece of card stock paper (60lb or heavier) and gently push this through the printer, to see if it will help push out what might be stuck in there. Open up the printer and clean the insides with a soft cloth and a brush. That should remove all the bits of paper inside.The teeth on the roller sides may have some dirt stuck on them which does not allow the rollers to roll freely and hence is as bad as paper jam. The idea is that the rollers do not roll whether because of paper or some dirt on the roller teeth. They have to be cleaned.


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Your best method of troubleshooting is the manual sensor test as this is a generic paper jam error.

on your sensor tests:

0 = off
1 = on

A = TOP OF PAGE SENSOR
B = PAPER LOOP SENSOR
C = N/A
D = FUSER PAPER SENSOR
E = DELIVERY-TRAY PAPER-FULL SENSOR
F = FUSER PRESSURE-RELEASE SENSOR
G = MEDIA SENSOR
H = N/A
I = MP TRAY SENSOR
J = CASSETTE SENSOR
K = DOOR OPEN DETECTION SWITCH
L = DEVELOPING ESTRANGEMENT SENSOR - CLR
M = DEVELOPING ESTRANGEMENT SENSOR - BLK
N = MP TRAY MEDIA POSITION SENSOR


A-F are paper path sensors - you can toggle them and watch if they change from 0 to 1. If they do, the problem is not in that area.

G can have states from 0-7 each one representing a different type of paper - shouldn't have anything to do with jamming.

hope this helps. probably a tiny piece of paper or toner somewhere. could also be a torsion spring out of position on a flag.

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I had the same problem kept getting an error something like Jam at Exit Door Open Door A. When I looked at the top of the where paper normally comes from and flipped it open I found a super crinkled piece of paper, which once removed cleared the jam.

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