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Cartridge cradle can't move, says paper is empty when it's not

My printer worked fine until I changed the cartridges the other day. I performed the alignment - great. Printed an assignment - fine. Then it totally FREAKED OUT.
The "E" flashes even and says there's a paper jam when there's not, says there is no paper when there IS paper, and now apparently the cartridge cradle cannot move... so I'm supposed to check for a paper jam or obstruction. No paper jam, no visible obstruction - what should I do?

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  • leahnsims Jul 23, 2009

    Nothin'... Still get "There is a paper jam (or misfeed). Clear the jam and press the Start Copy button on the printer." and the "E" flashing...

    any other suggestions?

  • leahnsims Jul 23, 2009

    Nothin'... still get "There is a paper jam (or misfeed). Clear the jam and press the Start Copy button on the printer." and flashing "E."

  • leahnsims Jul 26, 2009

    Yes, the error happens as soon as the printer finishes powering up. (Thanks for your help, btw!)
    I tried doing what you outlined above... no luck. Tried to see if there is anything tiny in the paper path... but I can't see or feel anything. How do I eliminate the copy function?

  • Kevin Hughes May 11, 2010

    First try to totally disconnect from power. Turn off, and unplug for at least 5 minutes. Then reconnect and try again. Let me know.

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I had this problem when i bought new carts, get the error message paper jam with on paper in the printer. i simply fix this problem by putting my old carts turn it off n on it n the error was gone.

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OK....try removing the carts, close the printer, turn off, then disconnect...alot of the problems with the newer HP printers has to do with their ROM memory....if that doesn't work, then there is defintely something in the paper path, no matter how small. Try to eliminate the copy function....does the error happen as soon as the printer is finished powering up??

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  • paz2mi Jun 29, 2011

    i had this problem when i bought new carts, get the error message paper jam with on paper in the printer. i simply fix this problem by putting my old carts turn it off n on it n the error was gone.

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