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CLEAR CARRIER JAM...HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING I CAN THINK OF

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Look at the encoder strip behind the carriage assembly, if there's ink or grease on it, clean with a Q-tip. If the cleaning station doesn't let the carriage go all the way to the right, it might be broken or jammed.

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Clear carrier lexmark x3470m


Pull the power cord to the printer!
Take the paper lid out!
Check inside for jammed paper or other stuff!
Grab the paper with both hands and slowly drag it out whit out taring it!
When everything is clear! put the tray back in and plug in the power cord!
Restart and test to print something!
I hope it helps :)

Jan 14, 2013 | Lexmark X3470 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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I changed the ink cartridges and now it just flashes and says clear the carrier jam and press start??? what is a carrier jam and i have cleared everything that can be cleared and it still want work, so...


The mechanism that carries the cartridges is call the carriage (carrier). Remove all the cartridges and reinstall them, now move the whole mechanism with the cartridges installed from it's original position to somewhere and verify that there's no obstructions blocking the movement of the carriage. You can simply open the front access door and move the cartridges to somewhere from where it is now. That'll help you clear the error if there's no physical damage with the machine.

If you need further help, let me know.


Good luck.


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Dellv305 printer, clear carrier jam. My son pulled the paper out from the bottom of printer. How do i clear carrier jam?


Please perform the steps mentioned in the link below:

Paper Jam

The steps would help resolve the carriage problem as well.

Jun 17, 2010 | Dell 926 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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I have a x4650 that says carrier jam and theres nothing in it. there is this long thin clear piece that i think came out it, how do i get it back in.


The long thin clear piece is most probably the encoder strip. The encoder strip has something to do with the communication in the printer to determine the location of the ink cartridge carrier on the carrier shaft. But, unfortunately, that can be hard to hook back in since it's connected way inside the printer. I strongly suggest you contact Lexmark Technical Support for further assistance.

May 19, 2010 | Lexmark X4650 InkJet Printer

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When trying to print, it says I have a carrier Jam.


HI!! in your case my diagnose is that maybe the the incoder strip was defective and need to replace it.

Jul 12, 2009 | Lexmark P4350 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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"Clear Carrier Jam"


Clean the carriage rail. This is the round chrome piece that the carriage assy that holds the cartidges rides on. Use a paper towel that is slightly moist.
Be sure to not force anything. Unplug the printer after you get the carts in the middle. Move them to one side and clean and then move them to the other and repeat

Jun 20, 2009 | Dell V305w All-In-One R840635AU InkJet...

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Carrier jam


From what you are saying you are getting 'clear carrier jam' because of a misalignment. The jam error message is a generic message that applies to a multitude of things. The carrier while is in right, might not be sitting right. A piece of plastic that holds the carrier might be broken or the printhead might be messed up. Anything that causes it to not sit the way it wants will cause that error message.

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Carrier jam on dell 924 printer??


eventually I uninstalled it then re installed it and thank god it solved the problem ididnt know it was that easy

Jan 16, 2009 | Dell 926 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Need to fix a carrier jam


you have to open the printer and check for any parts is struck or dislodge

Jun 23, 2008 | Dell 924 All-in-One InkJet Printer

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Carrier jam on dell 924 printer??


I was able to fix this issue on my all-in-one 944 printer. What happened was that one of the ink cartridge lids had popped open. The hard part was that the carrier was stuck on the far left side, and I wasn't able to pull it over for easer access. However, I was able to fit a finger in and push the cartridge back down. Then when I turned the printer back on the error went away.

Hope this helps

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