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Re: Paper Jam, can't see any paper and can't take the...
Yes! You may not be able to take the machine apart. Since you are sure that there is no paper jam, make sure that there is no dust inside the part of the paper. Get a long handle brush and try to reach far into the paper part as you can and brush well. If the back is assessable do the same from the back as well. If your printer is a small DeskJet (they are usually problematic) try this over and over.
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To clear the error message Paper Jam after you removed the jammed paper, open and close the scanner cover.
If you still receive the error message, a small piece of paper may be stuck inside your Brother machine.
Refer the below link for the steps to remove any ripped paper remaining inside your Brother machine:
The only way to reset the jam code is to find the tiny scrap of paper that is still caught in one of the sensors. The 121 jam code is "Exit Sensor Off", essentially it means that the paper did not reach the exit sensor. This would not cause the machine to still think there was a jam, as the paper obviously never made it there.
Check and make sure you have fully closed all the doors, including the front. If that is good, then open and close all the doors one by one. If that doesn't work, then there is a scrap of paper still stuck in the machine somewhere.
If you can't see one anywhere, then it probably is a scrap stuck at the registration sensor, which is just below the registration roller. I've seen this many times, and unless you really get in there and look closely (Flashlight helps), you will never see. It's a major pain to fish it out, so good luck.
Your printer might be out of paper.. so try this..... press Black/Color button... if it doesn't work turn off your printer and press paper feeder on the back side and press the power button with holding the paper feeder. Don release it until the process of printer is complete... thanks
You may need to check again the error code. According to the manufacturer's checklist for error codes, only the following are documented;
Codes - Toshiba 2860
Paper jam inside machine.
Paper jam near the fuser.
Paper jammed inside machine when power supply is switched on.
Front cover open while copying.
Paper jam near the aligning roller
Paper jam at stacking area in the ADU
Paper feeding jam at the ADU
Manual feeding jam
Paper jam from cassette 1
Paper jam from cassette 2
Paper jam from cassette 3
Paper jam from cassette 4
Paper jam from cassette 5
Paper jam from the LCF
Paper jam in transport route 1 (LCF)
Paper jam in transport route 2 (COPIER)
Paper jam in transport route 3 (ALIGNING)
Paper jam in transport route 4 (PFP)
Original feed jam in ADF
Original transporting jam in ADF
Original exiting jam in ADF
2nd original feeding jam
Paper jam before sorter
Paper jam in sorter
Sorter early arrival jam
Paper in sorter when power is turned on
Joint open jam while copying
Paper jam outside the sorter bin
Abnormal operation of the copier main motor
Abnormal operation of the PFP main motor
Abnormal operation of the ADU main motor
Abnormal operation of the ADU side motor
Abnormal operation of the ADU end motor
Abnormal operation of the upper cassette tray
Abnormal operation of the lower cassette tray
Abnormal operation of the PFP upper cassette tray
Abnormal operation of the PFP middle cassette tray
Abnormal operation of the PFP lower cassette tray
Abnormal operation of the LCF tray
Optics carriage initialize error
Lens initialize error
Mirror initialize error
Faulty exposure lamp
Easy set-up is failed
Developer material exists at the transfer separation adjustment
Faulty thermistor or heater
Sub thermistor is open
Shoulg you not find any of these mentioned error codes, I suggest you contact the tech support especially if the machine is still under warranty.
Brand New T652n lexmark printer get a paper jam every time! just opened and haven't been able to print one paper. Doesn't matter if you print from tray one or tray two. It gets stuck right after the rollers pick it up and try to send it to the toner. Any suggestions? I've tried to reseat the toner, plain paper, sized the paper correctly, I've tried just about everything I can think of! I can feed paper manually through the top tray, and it will print. But, just using the manual tray defeats the purpose of the other two trays. Anyone else having this issue?
Hi, this document should help you clear the paper jam error.