Question about HP Officejet Pro L7780 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Open the cover and hold the cancel button for a few seconds, the carriage moves to the left side. Pry off the cover on the right and look for any paper scraps down in the cavity. You can also remove the m/c printhead and wipe the bottom on a damp paper towel and try again...
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does the printhead run smoothly to the left side of the printer when it is powered on?
If the printhead cant run that freely, it will give you the paperjam message. You have to dismantle the printer again, connect the scanner and cables again when top cover is removed. Press the scanner open contact (opposite to the menu button) and watch the printhead run to the left side. It might be that either the printhead stucks somewhere on its way (press the cover of the printhead. It might be the reason) or the guide rail hinders the printhead to move.
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