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For the brush to stop spinning, this suggests the belt has snapped or come off the motor. The little black rubber piece which fell out may be the remains of a chewed up belt. I suggest checking the belt is where it should be, may be hidden under a removable cover, and that it is stretched round the motor spindle.
Check all the paper movement from the tray, left or right cover, front cover, if so then remove jammed paper. Otherwise the paper sensor spring guide missing or fell off from its original position. Check carefully where the sensor locate. paper sensors detect all the paper movement in the machine during copying or printing, so locate the place in the machine which the paper usually jammed, see the screen of the machine, it will locate the place where the paper jammed mostly. Sensor not return to it original position that is why ( remove paper jam keeps blinking)
The brush roller is secured with elastic stop nuts. Clamp the nut at one end with a wrench or pliers and remove the nut from the opposite end. This will allow the shaft to be removed completely for cleaning
Hi, You can try the following. Remove all paper from the printer and turn printer off. Try opening the printer as if you were to remove the ink cartridges and check for any paper jammed in the printer. If there is a paper jammed try to remove it. if there is no paper jammed in the printer then try the following remove all paper from the feeder and flip the printer upside down and shake it a little. Sometimes things will fell inside of the paper feeder and will block the paper path thus causing the printer not to be able to pull the paper.
Always put stickers in the shredder between two layers of 3-4 plain paper sheets. That's for future. Now I would suggest getting some "Label Off", "Label Killer" or similar spray product, that will dissolve the glue, spraying the cutters and stuck labels with it several times, trying to remove them with tweezers or thin long-nose pliers. Be gentle, try not to blunt the cutters' edges. When you get rid of the labels, spray more of the stuff on the cutters and clean them with a brush, to remove glue residue between them. Do it several times, rotating the cutters to remove the glue all around. Then lubricate the cutters as per manufacturer's recommendations.
possible solution - I had a similar printer that had small stones that fell into the paper slot at the back and jammed the mechanism. a shelf behind the printer had these little rocks and a child dropped them into the printer. I had to take it all apart, but it worked after that
open the battery cover of your phone and remove it the battery. Underneath you should see a small circular sticker. If it is red your phone has internal water damage. You may need to get the keypad replaced.