Question about Kyocera Office Equipment & Supplies
ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THIS PRINTER, BETWEEN FUSER UNIT AND FINALLY EXIT, THE PAPER OFTEN NOT GO OUT
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Paper Jam
The fuser unit has a pape sensor. If, for some reason, the sensor is stuck, the printer will read a paper jam. Open the rear door and inspect the paper sensor located in the fuser assembly. See if it came out of it's original position or if there is something blocking it from moving freely. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
SOURCE: Paper jam at fuser
1. Faulty/blocked fuser exit sensor or faulty/blocked POB sensor. The printer thinks paper is present at one of these sensors when there should not be paper present
Verify that the fuser exit sensor is not stuck
If both sensors are working correctly, the most likely cause is the POB sensor is being blocked by the transfer unit. This can happen if the sensor is out of position, or if the transfer unit's white plastic baffle is out of position. Try bending the POB sensor bracket outward slightly to clear the baffle and retest.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
SOURCE: paper jam
We had this same problem. You need the back cardboard section of a legal pad. Take out the cartridge and slide the back of the cardboard slowly into the rollers, pushing it out the end where the paper comes out. This helps push the paper jam out. You may have to do this several times slowly to get the jammed paper out. But it worked for us!
Posted on May 21, 2008
SOURCE: Paper jam at exit
The rollers at the exit area are worn out. They can be changed, in the mean time you can use something like sand paper to rub across the rollers to take the smoothness out of them. That will help them get a grip on the paper as it is exiting.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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