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Paper jam each time i try to print something the printer always say jammed but can't find any piece paper that is causing the problem.

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Did you look both down the paer feeder, and then nside the unit really closely, in roller, and near cartiridge carriage. Jams can be so very small you can miss them.

Posted on Mar 12, 2008

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Every time I try to print a paper, it always says that it has a paper jam. I have took out the paper, and did everything it said to do, but it still jams. What should I do?


Usually if it says a paper is jammed, there "is" something in there that got missed. You just have to keep digging until you find it. You did't say if it actually starts to print first, or if it says it right off the bat from the previous print attempt. It may require further disassembly to find the problem, ...it could be something very tiny if a piece tore off when you were unjamming it before. It could also be "mis-feeding" ...reply with a liitle more info if you don't find it.

Jun 12, 2010 | Dell 926 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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Paper Jams


The most common error message is the notorious paper jam message. You do a quick look and then determine there is no jam. What next? Well here is a tip that will save you possible a service call. If you find a sheet of paper that has jammed, look at it closely. It is all together as one piece or is there the tinest of pieces missing? It only takes a tiny piece to cause a jam error. Pull the print cartridge out and with a flashlight look inside the printer and especially at each roller and see if there is any hint of a piece of paper. Look closely because you can miss something. Next open the paper tray and make sure the paper guide is firm against the paper. This will cause a jam. Just drove an hour and a half this week for this issue. The paper guide was not up against the paper causing the jam. If you have a small vacuum I suggest you vacuum out the printer because there are times that the sensors can get covered with paper dust causing them to fail. Hope this helps!

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Paer prints half the PAGER AND THEN JAMS ... I


The paper must be hitting something to cause it to jam. Take the drum/toner cart out also the paper tray. Unplug it and hold it upside down and see if something shakes out. Do not do this over carpet. If that does not do try a test page. look at the leading edge for dings and bends. If you find a bent spot on the leading edge thats where the problem is. Its almost always a small piece of paper Steven 818-888-0006

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Paper jam, but no jam + paper feed problem


check to make sure there aren't little pieces of paper jammed at the ends of the roller. if you can pop out the roller easily you may find tiny pieces of paper still lodged in there

Dec 29, 2009 | Printers & Copiers

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Lexmark X5400 Series AIO Feed Problems


Hi,
Remove the jammed paper. Unplug the printer from the mains and PC. Inspect the rollers, etc for tiny paper piece(s) that may be stuck, or other debris. Try to clean rollers and make sure they are dry.
Keep printer unplugged for about 2 minutes and replug and try a test print.
Also make sure that you have waited long enough for the printer to heat up before giving a print job.
Finally, it could be an issue with the paper sensor. If this is the case, you will probably have to take the printer in for servicing..

Thanks, Anu

Jul 20, 2009 | Lexmark X5495 All-in-One &USB...

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HP 4L printer indicates no paper when the tray has


When you removed the paper jam, was the paper torn? If so, did you ensure that you found all the pieces. (Put the piece of paper back together like a puzzle to verify). There could be a piece of paper stuck in the printer that is causing the paper sensor to fail.
The other possibility is that when you removed the paper jam, something became dislodged in the printer. Forcefully removing paper from the printer can cause this.

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Paper Jam on


most printers are pretty cheap now so replacement is always an option....on the other hand, I will spend countless hours trying to figure out what is wrong first. Remove all paper first, open printer and check for pieces of torn paper or debris, if you have a can of air you can blow out the insides to clean. Put 3 or 4 sheets of paper in, print a test page and watch carefully how paper advances...is it straight or crooked when being loaded? Is printer trying to pull more than 1 sheet at a time? Good luck

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Paper jam, when there's not a paper jam?


there is a small micro switch , when paper is loaded that switch
is activated, bent switch, paper shreds jamed in switch, will cause paper feed problem.

Jan 13, 2008 | Lexmark P4350 All-In-One InkJet Printer

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HP 5550 Print issue


When you removed the jammed paper , the jam paper sensor was not reset or positioned correctly. The reason the machine was sending two pieces of paper thru at once was probably due to the paper feed sensor. A lot of H'Ps do this. Try re-aligning the tray and if you pulled the paper out and heard a grinding noise, the whole feed unit is probably out of time.I would only re-install the software as a last resort, since your problem was caused by hardware, not software. Scrivitron

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