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Our fax machine is saying there is printer jam Code J44.

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Sorry to havr to tell you this but J44 normaly means your fuser is gone and needs to be replaced. if you notice where the paper jams its near the fuser and you might have a grinding sound

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J44=That is a paper jam in the paper exit section of the document (original) feed section. As your original is exiting the scanner section, it is either taking too long, or hanging up, or possibly the sensor itself is dirty or has a broken "flag arm". There should be a small black plastic piece that the original hits when it exits the feeder. If it's there, try using canned air to blow out the area. Good luck.

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