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Having problems printing? as soon as it starts to print, it jams straight away

The paper pick up fingers and rollers get smooth and polished with use and then slide on the paper. Clean the rollers and pick mechanisms with isopropyl alcohol to rejuvenate them and restore their grip on the paper. Do this as far along the paper path as you can get, using Q Tips where necessary and turn the rollers to clean their whole surfaces.

Mar 09, 2011 | HP Officejet Pro L7680 All-In-One Printer

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Paper is jamming extremely in heater section. what is the problem.

Is the jamed paper, look like "accordian" ?

If yes, then you have problem with bad picker finger ( its a plastic "finger" for separation and guidance of paper out of fixing assy ). just remove "bad" one, and it will work.

If paper is wraped around fixing roller, change fixing roller, bushings and check for any other damadges.

If its not any of this, send specific details.

Hope that helped.

Jun 27, 2010 | Canon imageRUNNER 400S Copier

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Printer no longer with pick up any paper.

I had this problem also, if you go to the HP site it go's through a load of this and that and just before the last solution which is to get it serviced it tells you to take of the cover at the back and clean the 4 rollers that you see. This didnt fix the problem with mine. I noticed on the paper that wasn't feeding 2 black marks on the right hand side of the paper. ~If you look past the 4 rollers mentioned above you can see 2 more rollers that sit on the paper. I cleaned these with "spit" on my finger dried them off with a kitchen towel (the rollers not my fingers!) and that fixed it.

Apr 11, 2010 | HP Photosmart D7460 Printer

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HP K5400 no paper light flashing but there IS paper...

HP Inkjets (and printers in general) are notorious for paper handling problems so here's a few things to try.

  1. Get a different cheap brand of paper
    (quality paper, bizarrely seems to have more problems)
  2. Loosen the paper guides fractionally in the paper tray as this can stop the paper from moving sometimes.
  3. Try rubbing the rubber wheel that picks up the paper with your fingers
    (this can tack up the wheel slightly)
  4. Try watching this little help video on fanning apart the paper to get some air in between the sheets to reduce friction.
Hopefully one or a combination of those will help get you up and running again.

May 07, 2009 | HP Officejet Pro K5400 All-In-One InkJet...

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Doesn't pull paper sheets without foroward push by finger.

for printer not picking the paper
There are rollers that cling on to the paper and move it through the machine. When the rollers are worn down they do not grip the paper. For a short fix you can get something rough like sandpaper, brillo pad, etc, and gently scratch the rollers to give them some traction. This will temporarily solve your problem until you can get the rollers replaced.

Apr 03, 2009 | Samsung SCX-4725FN All-In-One Laser...

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Paper feeder jams and crinkles the paper up

there is a set of stripper fingers that kiss the fuser roller and paper is jamming up aginst that area


Open the fuser section door and front door Look at the fuser roller from exit and front door If there is a wiper pad (slides in on a rod from the side of the machine) remove it and put some fuser oil on it

go to area where you find the paper folding up and observe the stripper fingers for any blockage

If there is some bits of toner on the fingers clean them with a q tip and alcohol

take your finger ( make sure machine has cooled and you have unplugged from wall) and press up against the stripper fingers to se if there is movement (some coiers have a solenoid that activates the striper fingers)

The fuser oil hels keep the fuser roller clean and keeps paper from sticking on rollers

Try the copier if this does not fix i believe you have a problem with a solenoid which will require a sevice call

If you want to observe the paper coming through the fuser rollers and seeing if the fingers activate
ou can trip the safety swithes in the doors and exits and observe

Best of luck to you

Jan 06, 2009 | Sharp AL-1642CS Copier

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Xerox 416 Fuser

Is it getting thru the "pinch of the fuser and catching on the stripper fingers? If so clean the fingers, ensure they are not worn or tips broken.(Running sheets with dark lead edge can cause sheets to stick to rollers,try running blank sheets to clean up, if they get thru then try normal copies)
If the sheet stops before entering the rolls more likely to be dirty entry chute, drive problem or sensor problem....need more detail

Jan 25, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Can you advise me as to what the problem is with my NEC Superscript 1800

I have had a duplexing 1800 for some years during which all went well until about 6 months ago, when I could no longer duplex, having .received the message "duplex paper jam." Being a nosey engineer, I looked into the back and found a small, delicate plastic "finger" lying thereabout. Upon further nosing, including removal of a metal cover, I found the plastic device, off of which I was able to establish that the finger was broken. More recently, in attempting to establish a glue-on replacement to the broken finger, I demolished the item of which it was originally a part. Now, as an engineer for 55 years, I have come to look for the cause from which the effect derives; i.e., how come the plastic
finger broke off of the plastic part, and what was the role of the plastic part in allowing duplex printing or blocking it. After many blinding reflections, I came to the conclusion that the broken-off finger extended into the paper path for duplex printing and, from proper paper movement, signalled the printer control to allow backside printing of that sheet of paper. Absent the broken-off finger and the enabling signal, the printer stopped and produced the "duplex paper jam" message. I have not sought to locate and define other such "plastic finger" paper-sensing devices through which the printer's control monitors paper routing for one-side printing and for duplex printing. Suffice it to say that, in my bailing wire approach to fixing things, I apparently have further limited my printer to no printing at all and am facing its replacement. Anyone want a crippled NEC 1800? It is yours for the shipping and handling costs, and I will throw in my remaining inventory of powder-ink cartridges.

Dec 18, 2007 | NEC SuperScript 1800 Laser Printer

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