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this is an issue with the papper feed and pickup rollers if it is not taking the paper from draw you need to replace the pickup and feed rollers also check the paper feed clutch if no good replace as well
Also make sure also make sure the paper is being lifted up when you close the draw you should hear the tray lifting the paper up to the feed system

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paper feeding in crooked or at an angle problem, is common to most printers. HERE'S SOME GENERAL INFO THAT MIGHT HELP: It's possible that the paper may be running into a foreign object and not feeding in at all. A foreign object could also cause the paper to stall, or even feed-in crooked. Remove all the paper and use a flashlight to look carefully into the paper feed-in area. Look for a pen, pencil, push pin, paper clip, candy, etc. If you can't see anything, then actually pick your printer up and turn it so the paper opening is facing down and shake it a little, side to side. Your trying to dislodge anything that might be stuck in the paper entrance area. If nothing falls out, then turn it back over and use the flashlight to once again look inside that area. Sometimes you'll see an object that may have moved over into view while you were shaking the printer. Any foreign object might block the paper from actually being able to move forward, so then the printer thinks there is no paper installed. You may have to even remove the Top Cover to be able to get a better view of that paper feed area. Unfortunately, just removing that cover is not always that easy, especially on the newer printers. You may need a Service Manual for reference, disassemble and troubleshooting. I have not checked, but you can normally find Service Manuals for most printers, at www.2manuals.com (most Service Manuals can usually be downloaded for around $10 +/- ). Even if there is not a foreign object stuck in that area, with the top cover off, you might just possibly see what the problem is and even be able to correct

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If I load my paper at the 'proper' height, it will not feed. If I push the paper down too far, I get a 'paper jam' message. What works for me (even though it's a royal pain) is to feed 1 sheet of paper at a time. Put 1 sheet in so it's level with the top of the feed tray, then gently push it down 3/4 of an inch. That works for me. Good luck.

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Either you have selected the wrong feeder, it can feed from the back or the front tray, the little green light shows which tray is selected. If you have paper in both, the feed roller may need cleaning since it gives that error if paper doesn't get picked up.

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Even if you have cleaned the printer externally tiny bits of paper might have got stuck in the interior of the printer and are obstructing the movement of the roller..Also there might have been some paper clips,pins etc., that might have got stuck in it..
Also printers are hyper sensitive to dust..It might be causing this problem...
Take a cotton swab dip it in alcohol and press it against the roller whilw pressing the paper feed button....
If this doesn't work you should try a longer procedure...Remember you have to look real hard..
It's possible that the paper may be running into a foreign object and not feeding in at all. A foreign object could also cause the paper to stall, or even feed-in crooked. Remove all the paper and use a flashlight to look carefully into the paper feed-in area. Look for a pen, pencil, push pin, paper clip, candy, etc. If you can't see anything, then actually pick your printer up and turn it so the paper opening is facing down and shake it a little, side to side. Your trying to dislodge anything that might be stuck in the paper entrance area. If nothing falls out, then turn it back over and use the flashlight to once again look inside that area. Sometimes you'll see an object that may have moved over into view while you were shaking the printer. Any foreign object might block the paper from actually being able to move forward, so then the printer thinks there is no paper installed. You may have to even remove the Top Cover to be able to get a better view of that paper feed area. Unfortunatly, just removing that cover is not always that easy, especially on the newer printers. You may need a Service Manual for reference, disassembly and troubleshooting. I have not checked, but you can normally find Service Manuals for most printers, at www.2manuals.com (most Service Manuals can usually be downloaded for around $10 +/- ). Even if there is not a foreign object stuck in that area, with the top cover off, you might just possibly see what the problem is and even be able to correct it..

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Hi there i need some help, I need to find out why my paper will not go into the feeder area of the printer. I have tried different ways and it just won't feed even though the rollers roll. Thanks call if...


This printer comes with major paper feeding problems, even on the FAQ for this printer on HP's website paper feed problem is the number 1 FAQ. It either misfeeds or won't feed paper. An average example is if you try to print a 6 page report, it will missfeed about 10 sheets to print 6, and you will spend a lot of time pushing the paper feed button.

Following the guidlines in HP's faq about this does nothing to improve the situation. HP basically denies any problem with the printer and wants the consumer to pay to ship and have the printer fixed, even if it is new. They will give you phone calls and emails with a lot of PR babble, but do nothing. Stay away from this piece of junk, HP is aware there are major paper feed problems, does nothing about them, and doesn't take it off the market.

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Lexmark printers are hyper sensitive to dust..It might be causing this problem...Take a cotton swab dip it in alcohol and press it against the roller whilw pressing the paper feed button....
If this doesn't work you should try a longer procedure...Remember you have to look real hard..
It's possible that the paper may be running into a foreign object and not feeding in at all. A foreign object could also cause the paper to stall, or even feed-in crooked. Remove all the paper and use a flashlight to look carefully into the paper feed-in area. Look for a pen, pencil, push pin, paper clip, candy, etc. If you can't see anything, then actually pick your printer up and turn it so the paper opening is facing down and shake it a little, side to side. Your trying to dislodge anything that might be stuck in the paper entrance area. If nothing falls out, then turn it back over and use the flashlight to once again look inside that area. Sometimes you'll see an object that may have moved over into view while you were shaking the printer. Any foreign object might block the paper from actually being able to move forward, so then the printer thinks there is no paper installed. You may have to even remove the Top Cover to be able to get a better view of that paper feed area. Unfortunatly, just removing that cover is not always that easy, especially on the newer printers. You may need a Service Manual for reference, disassembly and troubleshooting. I have not checked, but you can normally find Service Manuals for most printers, at www.2manuals.com (most Service Manuals can usually be downloaded for around $10 +/- ). Even if there is not a foreign object stuck in that area, with the top cover off, you might just possibly see what the problem is and even be able to correct it..

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