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Re: sound during paper take up.
Is it a clicking noise? If so, pull out the toner unit and the drum unit-is there any toner(and developer) spilled into the back of the machine where the toner unit came from? If so, this will have found its way into the feed clutches at the back causing them to jump gears and slip the drive....you can vacuum out the spill but it is a fairly involved job to clean out the clutches, let's just hope I'm wrong.Other than that more info is required to make a half reasonable guess at the problem
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1) Check all the paper jam locations (see "Clearing paper jams" in your printer manual). A piece of paper might be stuck somewhere in the printer. Even a small torn piece of paper in the printer path can cause repeated jams.
2) If you are using a duplexer, check all the areas (including under the duplexer).
3) Check that the paper is correctly loaded in the tray - that all paper tray adjustments have been made, and that the trays are not overfilled. Make sure the paper is under the front and back tabs. (See the section on "loading paper" from your printer manual.)
4) Check that all trays and paper handling accessories are completely
inserted into the printer. (If a tray is opened during a print job, this might cause a paper jam.)
5) Check that all covers and doors are closed. (If a cover or door is opened during a print job, this might cause a paper jam.)
6) Try printing to a different output bin or tray
7) The sheets might be sticking together. Try bending the stack to separate each sheet.
8) If you are printing from tray 1, try reducing the size of the stack.
If printing from the envelope feeder, make sure it is loaded correctly,
9) If you are printing small sizes, feed paper short edge first (see
the "Guidelines for printing custom-size paper" in your printer manual).
10) Turn over the stack of paper in the tray. Also try rotating the paper 180 degrees.
11) Check the characteristics of the media you are using. Use only paper that meets HP specifications (see the "Paper Specifications" in your user manual).
12) Try using different paper to see if the problem goes away. Do not use curled, deformed, damaged, or irregular paper.
13) Check that the environmental conditions for the printer are met (see the "Environmental Specifications" in your printer's user guide).
14) Avoid using paper that has already been used in a printer or copier.
15) Check that the power supplied to the printer is steady and meets printer specifications (refer to the "Electrical Specifications" in your printer's users guide).
16) Clean the printer and rollers (refer to the "Cleaning the Printer" section of your printer's user's guide).
17) Perform preventative printer maintenance if maintenance is due (refer to the "Performing Preventative Maintenance" section of your printer's user's guide).
To answer your last question first, any copy machine or printer that uses toner, by design, will get very hot in the back of the machine. This radiant heat is coming from the fusing unit, when acts as an oven to burn the toner to the paper; and generally overheating problems will not cause jamming. More than likely you have a physical obstruction blocking the paper path, my suggestion to you would be to take a thick piece of cardstock and manually pass it through the paper transport section. This act will force out any small paper dust or debris in the transport section; also, I'd recommend spraying some canned air through the path as well. Out of curiosity, when the paper jammed, did it appear to be bent or torn in a particular area of the page?
2)can u try to make copies by using stack bypass or other paper deck see whether u hav the same fault.
3)or flip over your paper and put it in the paper deck again .Fan the paper ,it could be high moisture and static on the paper.
4)clean the paper dust from the pick up unit with damm cloth.
the noise could be the heat rollers have squared of this happens if the machine hasnt been used for a while the pressure makes a flat on the soft roller.. it cold also be the toner cartridge has settled. take it out and give it a good shake.. if you cansee if the scanner lamp and carriadge is moving when you run the copier up it mighht be saveable.. make sure the paper is new and dry as this can cause jams in hot section.. if you can see where the paper jam is when you do one copy check the guides as well and finally take the paper tray out and look at the condition of the rollers that feed the paper as they may be dirty and sliping the paper..Good Luck A
OK it seems to be a problem with pick up clutch and vertical feed rollers ( When you open the left door and hinge in level of cass you will see axis with the tree little rollers- clean it with alcohol or water).Pick up clutch is better to replace it FK2-1068 (europe code).
First, is the paper being fed at all? If the paper is being fed and jams at the same location then a senor, actuator or switch is bad, out of place or broken. If the device will not clear the jam light, completely power down the device, unplug from wall, let set about 30 sec. to 1 min. and then replug in and see if it reset. If the device did not reset then again a senor, actuator, or switch is out of position ( being held up in the paper path). If the paper does not feed at all then the feed section is the problem. Clean the feed tire (s) the rubber restorer or a high alcohol base cleaner. Listen to hear if the feed tire (s) are even turning. If feed is not turning then it could be clutch, motor or board problem.