Question about Lexmark X1270 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I put in a new colour cartridge and subsequently printed a (black and white) letter.
When the printer was next used, the paper jammed, and the printer was switched off. The paper was pulled out (and there is no sign that there is any left), and the printer switched on again. Ther was then a continuous motoring noise for about four seconds followed by a flashing on/off light. The printer will not print, and when the front is lifted up (as if to change a cartridge) the cartridges do not move to the centre.
Sounds like the paper jam might have stripped some teeth off the gears in the printer or the motor might have failed have a visual look at the gears that pull the paper through if broke measure it and tell me how many teeth it has i might have one, or even the motor i have extra printers lexmarks for parts.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
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