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I do not know for sure on the Samsung but on HP's this problem is often caused by the pickup solenoid sticking. There is usually a foam bumper on the pickup solenoid which breaks down over time and then the adhesive stops the solenoid from releasing properly. You can clean it off all the old foam and adhesive and run without it, just make printer a little noisier. The solenoid will usually be on the right side.
check the wheels that pick it from the tray. If they feel smooth, try to put some tape on them and rip it back off. This cleans the wheels. Also try a new pack of paper and check if it\'s set to plain paper and not to heavier or coated paper
i take it that you getting mutiple different jams and pretty often correct? these printer use a paper size select pcb when these start to go bad the paper size can be change every time you close the drawer or every other page you print. print your network page and see if it prints as big as the page if its smaller the printer thinks it has smaller paper if the lower black line of the box around this page is missing it thinks it should have longer paper. this board is located behind the metel box the logic board is mounted in. for cheaper prices,instruction and support for your lexmark lasers go to L-tech4u.com write an email if you dont see what you need listed they will have it
Good old 4MV.
paper jam is just the way the printer i stelling you "something" wrong with paper feed".
you need to locate a "4MV repair kit" , they are not cheap. but, if you wan to keep the printer, it is worth it. http://www.fixyourownprinter.com/kits/hp/K78 cost of the ket is $50
includes Instruction CD rollers, and other repairable parts.
Well, for now it seems to be fixed - I opened up the paper tray and there is a little part that grabs the paper on the front of the tray - kinda sticky - I just took a paper cutter and put a couple of scratches on it and it is grabbing the paper for now. I do have some of those to use for replacements - but I had just changed it about a month ago and don't think it needed to be changed out again - they usually last quite a while. So, we'll see how long this lasts. We do a lot of printing on this thing and it has been a great printer - maybe we are just wearing it out!