Never remove paperjams from the back. this will damage the feed roller. get sandpaper (1 layer) insert it in tray start print and whatever you do DO NOT let go of the sandpaper until the printer is quiet. It should work.
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Ghost jams can be caused by a missing sensor flag or, a small piece of paper that is caught in the paper path at an optical sensor. One of my tricks is to take a sheet of card stock letter size and push it slowly & carefully through the paper path starting at the input from where the paper tray feeds up through the registration rollers. The other place a shard of paper could be is in the fuser assembly itself. A flashlight and small, flat tools to carefully remove any obstructions are a must. Good luck.
check your paper feed tray there is a switch on the underside of it and also on top by the feed try button move the plastic it may be sticking. if that doesnt work you could have a bad switch or it just may be unpluged
There should be a numeric extension to the error. Ist it this error A06-403? This means:
Error type A06: Check paper feed tray
Error point 403: Either the upper or lower safety switch of the paper-feed-tray is OFF.
Hint: Check the mentioned switches.
I suggest you get a sheet of Card Stock (Heavy
paper) and place it in the feed way. Then press the print
button applying a slight amount of pressure on the Card Stock so it
will feed through the printer. The reason for this is in some cases I
have been able to clear the paper track of debris that was deposited there
Worth a try, as I have fixed a number of printers this
way, saving costly repairs.
Hope this helps.Bud