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Paper torn and jammed in the actual machine part of the printer

We knows its there but some bright spark decided to break it down with scissors. We can now not see it as the only visible bit has been cut away.

It was only a tiny bit of torn paper in the first place. It appears to have been lost into the actual mechanics of teh printer.

How do we get in there to get it out?

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Re: Paper torn and jammed in the actual machine part of...

I assume there must be a small piece of paper stuck somewhere in the paper path.

Do you have a pair of long needle nose pliers, or maybe a decent set of tweezers? Careful use of a long skinny screwdriver might do it too. If you cannot get down inside the printer far enough, then one or more covers will have to be removed.

Often, there are one or more screws which hold any particular cover in place, along with snap catches (for want of a better descrip). Some covers may have to come off in a specific order, like after a previous one is removed first.

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it ia very muchpossible that If the paper tears and a piece remains inside the machine, you get this error, turn the machine off, open the Scanning Unit (Printer Cover) and remove it. Be careful not to touch the components inside the machine.
After removing all paper, close the Scanning Unit (Printer Cover), and turn it back on.

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I have posted some pictures of the part in question, for those who might not know where/what to look for. I apologize if the clarity isn't the greatest, but you should at least be able to figure out from here where to find the problem on your machine (if it's the same sensor giving the trouble!). If you found this posting helpful, feel free to leave comments. Thanks!
07ddd1f.jpg Here you can see the paper sensor behind the roller wheel. You do have to take off the cover to completely see it, unfortunately

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