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I had a paper jam and after I pulled the paper out the cartridges slammed back and forth shaking the printer

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Make sure you have cleared all jam. Unplug unit, open as you were putting new cartridges in and close, restart.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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Ah, I feel your pain! Been there.

Make sure you are doing a complete inspection on your printer. You may have removed what you thought was causing the jam, but in actuality there may still be a small piece of paper within the paper feed mechanism. Make sure you check both the front and rear (if you have both) doors of your printer.

I would also suggest cleaning the paper rollers (the little rubber looking wheels that move the paper through your printer). They can get dusty and not grasp the paper as well as they originally did.

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If the printer doesn't print, then I suspect something has fell into the printer and is creating enough resistance for the printer to detect and report. Turn the printer off, Remove all the cables from it. Try inverting the printer and gently shake it to see if anything falls out that could be jamming the printer cartridge.

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The green flashing light lets you know that the machine is recieving data. This is completely normal, however, the red (Attention) light can mean several things. There can be a door open, missing toner cartridge, out of paper, or paper jam. In this cause it is probably the toner cartridge. Typically on these machines there is an Orange or Green tab on the side of the toner cartridge that needs to be pulled to fully engage the cartridge. You may want to make sure this has been pulled and the cartridge has been properly seated.

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I had this happen to me the other night and I had to restart the printer to get the print job out of the que. You could try that.

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Well, the "ribbon" that was just pulled was the "RULER" it is the guide of the printhead... as you will look closely there are tiny vertical lines to it and as long as the clear ribbon thing is not broken. Putting it back, you will have to open the printer and insert that ribbon back to the back of the printhead and back to their proper holders. GOOD LUCK.

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