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The Paper Jam message may appear on the display if
the Brother machine is not feeding paper correctly, paper scraps stucked or the paper is not loaded properly in
the paper tray, the jam clear cover located in the back of the machine,
is not installed properly or the PE Actuator is missing or damaged.
Please visit the link provided below to resolve the issue step by step :
There is no easy fix. You need to find the broken part and order a replacement. LJ5s need to have the feed rollers replaced after a few years, so I'd start by looking at anything with a rubberized roller on it. Check any gears for missing or malformed teeth.
I get my parts from irgplotters.com by calling in and asking for them. They have experts on staff that do this stuff all the time.
Some Laser printers require the paper to be loaded out of the **** on one side to work well. Flip your paper **** over and try loading the paper upside down. Sounds funny but may fix your issue. Also look at the type of paper you are using your printer may need a thicker or thinner paper (look at the manual). Clean the pickup rollers!
I have had a similar problem. The 4L has an inherent fault in the motor drive gear. It is made of nylon and has probably developed a hair line crack. As a result the gear slips when the printer starts up and tries to feed paper. I have replaced this part some years ago by replacing the whole motor and gear. I did find the replacement parts on eBay today. Here's the url: