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I have a paper jam in Tray 1 where is Tray 1

I have a paper jam in Tray 1 where is Tray 1 located on printer?

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Hi Yor tray 1 is the first tray where you put your A4 paper in have look to see if the paper not to tight and maybe you can take your tray right out then look at where the rollers take the paper up it may be in there.

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Place a few papers in the tray.
Open up the top, pull out the main (green handle) thingy.
In the very bottom you will see a bar with a single large round rubber wheel in the middle, and white gears on both ends of the bar.
Manually turn the right side gear toward you.
As you do this, you will see the paper lift up and as the rubber wheel turns you will see that it has a notch on the bottom side.
Turn the gear, and watch the rubber wheel until the notch on the rubber wheel is facing up and away from you (and the paper is fully engaged).
Then put the green-handle thingy back in, close the printer, and it should work.
Apparently this resets something.  I have done it a number of times - usually after a paper jam.

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Here's a link to the service manual. Most of the issues with this printer can be done on your own once you have downloaded the manual. Parts are available at http://partsurfer.hp.com

Free PDF of Service Manual:
http://www.feedroller.com/Store/Service%20Manual/Color%20LaserJet%203500-3550-3700.pdf

Hope that helps you.

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Seems you have a dusty roller in the feed mechanism. try cleaning off the roller with some windex (or equivalent) on a towel.

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SOURCE: Paper feed problem from both tray 1 & 2

There is a long set of sensor flags on the bottom of the paper input unit that can get stuck and not move freely. This will cause jams from both trays. Try unplugging the printer, removing the toner cartridges and tray 2. Turn the printer on its back or side. You will see a long, black plastic bar with flags on it that runs the length of the paper input unit. make sure it moves freely.

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