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How do i Remove a paper jam from my OKI C7200 ?

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SOURCE: OKI C5100 printer repeated jams. Usually flashing the code of "380: paper jam" as the message.

You probably have already looked this up by just in case here is Okidatas instructions for clearing this jam: http://my.okidata.com/PP-C5100n.nsf?opendatabase. If you have already looked here and done this then I would suggest: -Open and close the rear cover. -Pull out and replace each of the toner cartridges. -Pull out the duplexer, ensure it is clear of jams and replace. -Pull out each of the paper trays (including the manual tray), ensure paper is installed correctly and replace. -Close the top cover. Per Okidata this has to be done last or else you will continue to see a jam error. -Try unplugging the printer and letting it set for a few minutes and retry. If that fails you might try purchasing a can of air from the computer store (about $3) and blow out the paper path to clear any paper or dust that may be blocking an optical sensor.

Posted on Dec 03, 2006

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This printer is designed with a dual toner/drum chamber. Do not separate these two parts. Upon opening the lid, you will find the toner/drum assembly right in front of you. Pick it up with both hands and pull straight up. After that, you should be able to take the jammed papers. Know this: once a paper is jammed, printing another paper will NEVER take the first out. Just make sure to remove the complete papers. If they break, make sure you extract all the pieces.

Posted on Sep 22, 2007

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Sometimes you will find debris has fallen into the printer. Take off back to clean it out. Something as small as a staple can create this problem.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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Unfortunately this may require and engineers visit. If you pull down the MP assembly by using the handle in the middle at the front of the printer you can then see a small "gearbox" at the right hand side of the transfer belt. This is common to feeds from both trays and could be worn. If you remove tray 1 and temporarily tape up the sensor arms to fool the printer into thinking it has a full tray installed, you can the test, by applying a little pressure to the feed roller, to see if it positively moves forward or if you are able to stop it turning. On a brighter note, you may just need new rollers instead of cleaning them.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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restart the printer or reinstall driver again.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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The usual cause of "fake" paper jams is a prior "real" paper jam. One of two things occurs.

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Make sure everything is clean. Please refer to your manual for cleaning instructions; or download a new manual at http://www.okidata.com/ .

Below are how to clear a jam instructions:
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Paper handling is key to Ensure trouble-free printing. However, paper jams sometime Occur.
You can improve feeding and Avoid paper jams in your OKI printer, by following these simple steps:
Loading the Paper: When loading paper, fan the stack of paper before placing it in the tray. This will shake out any paper dust and reduce any static in the paper, two major causes of paper mis-feeds.
- Place the paper in the tray under the tabs.
- Do not fill above the "PAPER FULL" mark.
- Guides Adjust the tray for the correct paper size.
Recommended Media: Use paper specified for the printer
When printing on heavy / thick types of paper, it is best to use the manual feed tray at the front of the printer.This will Provide a straighter paper path to Prevent potential paper jams.
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