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Paper jam and bad printing

Hello, I don't know what's going on with my 1410 printer. What happened was first, there was a paper jam while I was printing a page. It was the kind where the page really became stuck at the page's halfway point and wouldn't budge. So I was forced to pull it out as gently as I could. Then from that point on, whenever I would print the following pages, the printing would be off center almost as if there was a sphere mode going on. The final printing of a page (last bit) would also start getting louder inside almost like rocking back and forth with the sound of a washing machine. Then the very last bit of the paper would be stuck, but I could gently tug it and it would freely come out. One more thing is that the ink, despite nothing being wrong with the cartridges, produces shadowed effects on some of the document. Not on all the words, just some. Usually whenever there was a rare jam or error, I would get out of it and it would be nothing serious, but now I really don't know what to do at this point and in this weird situation. Thank you!

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Hi
Try this, remove all paper and bins.
then get alcohol and a clean cloth, clean all rollers and tires.
You will get a lot of black dirt and stuff off after cleaning
really well try, if it works for a while then yhat was your problem,
if it is only temporary then tires will need replacing.

Comment by check it right,

Good Luck
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    PRIYABRAT PATTANAIK Feb 08, 2008

     Otherwise
    1- try to make an internal test ( hit one of the buttons on the printer
    to make a test sheet. this is actually a self diagnosis)
    2- make sure the paper size is the correct,
    3- check sensor next to where the paper goes in ( try this test :
    when paper jams halfway, leave it, turn off printer and on. does it show
    a paper jam? if no the sensor is bad. if yes are you using paper with holes
    for binders? turn paper other way and try.

    Good luck.

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  • PRIYABRAT  PATTANAIK
    PRIYABRAT PATTANAIK Feb 08, 2008

     Otherwise
    1- try to make an internal test ( hit one of the buttons on the printer
    to make a test sheet. this is actually a self diagnosis)
    2- make sure the paper size is the correct,
    3- check sensor next to where the paper goes in ( try this test :
    when paper jams halfway, leave it, turn off printer and on. does it show
    a paper jam? if no the sensor is bad. if yes are you using paper with holes
    for binders? turn paper other way and try.

    Good luck.

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  • PRIYABRAT  PATTANAIK
    PRIYABRAT PATTANAIK Feb 08, 2008

     Otherwise
    1- try to make an internal test ( hit one of the buttons on the printer
    to make a test sheet. this is actually a self diagnosis)
    2- make sure the paper size is the correct,
    3- check sensor next to where the paper goes in ( try this test :
    when paper jams halfway, leave it, turn off printer and on. does it show
    a paper jam? if no the sensor is bad. if yes are you using paper with holes
    for binders? turn paper other way and try.

    Good luck.

    Was this solution helpful? Show your Appreciation by rating it:

  • PRIYABRAT  PATTANAIK
    PRIYABRAT PATTANAIK Feb 08, 2008

     Otherwise
    1- try to make an internal test ( hit one of the buttons on the printer
    to make a test sheet. this is actually a self diagnosis)
    2- make sure the paper size is the correct,
    3- check sensor next to where the paper goes in ( try this test :
    when paper jams halfway, leave it, turn off printer and on. does it show
    a paper jam? if no the sensor is bad. if yes are you using paper with holes
    for binders? turn paper other way and try.

    Good luck.

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  • PRIYABRAT  PATTANAIK
    PRIYABRAT PATTANAIK Feb 08, 2008

    it will help

  • PRIYABRAT  PATTANAIK
    PRIYABRAT PATTANAIK Feb 08, 2008

    it will solve yours problem

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