I do know what's going either, but to get around this I have to keep paper in the loaded position. So turn the printer off, put a letter size sheet of paper in (as though getting ready to print), turn printer on again, and now the printer gives the "press pause" msg, press it, the paper will load up, and then the printer reads again, "Ready".
The printer just seems to want paper in it or else it won't read "Ready".
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This article in the Lexmark website on How to Troubleshoot a Paper Jam or Misfeed on the Lexmark P4350/P4330 Photo All-In-Onewill help you fix the paper jam problem. However, if problem continues, there could be some sort of foreign objects that fell into the paper feed system. Grab a flashlight and look into the feeder for any foreign objects that's in the paper path or, if you are capable and willing, carefully lift your printer upside down so the foreign object will freely roll out from the feeder.
If the alarm light is lit constantly it usually indicates that the paper is not loaded, it should go out when paper is loaded. If it is coming on and staying on for a while during printing then there is a problem with the paper out sensor and it may need cleaning. If it is flashing then the other lights that are lit indicate the problem.
Remove the power cable from power source for few minutes. If its a temporary software issue it will get sorted out. Pull out master roll and reinsert it. Check wether you have properly inserted the master disposal tray or not. If these don't work ask for further assistance.
If the toner wipes off the printed pages, then the fuser is the problem....not hot enough or enough pressure to heat the toner to the paper. I would try to reseat the fuser...make sure it is making good electrical contact. I have also seen the paper actually wrap around the fuser roll, which would cause the same symptoms...be careful removing the paper if that has happened...the fuser roll can be easily damaged !
Turn it on and when all the LEDs light up, THEN press the Go button. One or more LEDs will stay lit and the others will be off. Look in the user manual (you can find it online at the Brothers site if you don't have one). There is a chart in the Troubleshooting section that will tell you what problem your particluar combination of "lit" buttons indicates. It may suggest fixes, or depending on the problem, tell you to see a repair person.
Does the fault clear when you open/close? If it does you probably don't have a jam. Does the machine begin to try to make copies, then stop-if so it has probably failed to feed off the tray, hence the jam message.If this is the case, pull out the paper tray, check for obstructions, clean feed rollers and try again.Are there "skid marks on the paper(indicating the rolls have turned?) If so rolls could be dirty/worn. If no skid marks, can you determine if the rolls did in fact turn? Go from there