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I think you might have a Spring missing for the Waste Toner Full Sensor. The machine tolerates the sensor status for 2K pages and then shuts it down.
Truthfully, it is really hard to describe in a few sentences. It belongs in the frame wall under near where you have the white waste toner section of the Transfer Belt. This spring pushes a flag up that hits the Paper Entrance Sensor (yes, near the bypass tray)
Sounds to me like you actually have the wrong part number. There are more than one cartridge for the Xerox printers, They have different chips on them. One is for billable accounts, one or more than one for accounts that pay for prints. There also was as i remember a spring type clip they left off some cartridges.
So with what you have tried and the old cartridges work fine, strongly suspect bad carridges.
I find that I only get paper jams when I don't have the correct paper selected, i.e. plain, light card, glossy. The printer really does expect you to have the right one selected on the screen as is loaded in the tray.
When you get a jam, carefully open the designated location and make sure you remove all pieces of the paper.