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Re: paper not fully feeding from paper tray. stops
Check for jams
Make sure all rollers are rolling and feeding
Make sure you using the manufacture required paper weight.
If none of the above applies to your issue you might have a bad feeder the paper is getting jammed mid way or there could be something inside blocking it half way thus your printer will need good maintnance.
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This is a common problem with both this and the Xerox phaser 6110 (a rebadged Samsung) It is due to the pickup roller "tyre" that is the rubber roller that pulls the paper from the tray. It gets shiny and slips on the paper. The cure is to "rough up" the roller with some sand paper or emery cloth. The best way is to remove the imager unit and store it in a cupboard or a box IN THE DARK. This stops toner getting everywhere. Remove
the paper tray turn the printer on its side you will see the roller
underneath, using some sand paper or similar carefully rough up the
rubber roller all round. now put the machine back together and try printing it should be ok, if the problem persists try repeating the process.
most paper has a smooth side and a little less smooth side, try flipping the paper. in the pack use the top side as the printing side when u load. try a different brand of paper could easily correct the problem,
some feed trays work best when nearly full also, try half full etc.
try to run paper from the side bypass tray. if still no go, you may have something blocking the paper from feeding. if it feed from the side bypass but not the cassette, paper feed tire may not be feeding paper or the out of paper sensor maybe keeping paper from reaching paper feed tire
The problem is that the metal paper stop is not fully recessing into the guide at the rear of the printer and the photo paper is catching on the lip on top of the stop. Take the back cover off the printer and check that the guide has not moved out of position. Also try to twist the photo paper tray to the left or right so the stop lines up better with the guide recess. This worked for my printer tempoarily, but then things went out of allignment again, so I took a slightly more drastic step. With only a single sheet of photo paper in the tray, print another photo. When the photo tray slides back to deliver the paper to the rollers, unplug the power cord from the rear of the printer to stop the tray from moving forward again. With a pair of needlenose pliers, bend the lip on top of the metal paper stop upward. This fixed my problem permanently.
Ifthe printer is not picking up paper, check to see if there is paper inthe IN tray. If there is not, load paper into the IN tray and press the RESUME button.
Do not load more than 100 sheets of 20-pound paper in the IN tray. The paper stack should not exceed 10 mm or .38 inches.
Use the same type paper in the paper tray when you are printing.
Makesure that the paper width adjuster is against the left side of thestack but is not blocking the stack. Push in the paper length adjusterto make sure that the paper is fully seated in the printer. Do not pushso hard that the paper buckles.
Do not use paper, envelopes, or cards that are torn, buckled, have curled edges, or do not lie flat.
Ifusing the IN tray to load several envelopes, push the paper lengthadjuster toward the envelopes until it stops. Do not bend the envelopes.
Load only one envelope at a time in the single-sheet input tray and be sure that it is inserted fully into the slot.
Use envelopes with square flaps instead of triangular flaps, or tuck the flaps inside the envelopes.
Ifthe printer's paper feed rollers become covered with debris (dust orpaper fibers), clean the rollers with a soft cloth dampened with water.
Ifthe paper loads unevenly in the printer, one or more of the rollers onthe rear access door is missing. Remove the rear access door and checkto see if all six rollers in the door are present. If any are missing,the door assembly needs to be replaced. This is a customer replaceablepart, number C4557-60076.
Ifthe printer does not drop any paper from the wings to the OUT tray,remove the excess paper. The paper stack should not exceed 10 mm or .38inches.
Ifthe printer is sending more than a single sheet through at one time,remove the paper from the IN tray and separate any sheets that arestuck together. Reload the paper in the IN tray.
Ifthe printer is not ejecting paper, then turn off the printer. If yourcomputer is turned on, turn it off. Then, turn on the computer. Wait afew seconds. Turn on the printer.
If you continue to experience paper feed problems, try other media or paper types. Refer to the User's Manual for supported media types and specifications.