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OKI 5200n Paper Jam Problems

Started having paper jam errors (380, 381, 382) with my OKI 5200n.
Performed MOTOR & CLUTCH TEST in Self-Diagnostic Mode.
The following tests "FAILED":
FUSER MTR REVERSE
REGIST CLUTCH
EXIT SOLENOID
DUPLEX MTOR
DUPLEX CLUTCH
T2 FEED CLUTCH
T3 FEED CLUTCH

What now??
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  • Anonymous Oct 19, 2008

    Keep gettig a paper jam (382) error and paper is folding up accordian style in the fuser.

  • Anonymous Apr 24, 2009

    How do you do the Motor and Clutch test. Where do I go to get to the Self-Diagnostic mode to see why the paper is not feeding out and why they paper is crumpling up. I took out the fuser in order to get the paper out of the machine.

    Please advise.

    Jean

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No reset need to fix fault then clears...check toner carts are secure on drums, all their contacts are clean,

Replace Toner Cartridges with Gen OKI new ones... are you using non oki product? Cause Toner carts, thats where I would start looking cause the error is the machine not receiving correct information from a little chip built into the toner cartridges to allow operation to begin.

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Unfortunately this may require and engineers visit. If you pull down the MP assembly by using the handle in the middle at the front of the printer you can then see a small "gearbox" at the right hand side of the transfer belt. This is common to feeds from both trays and could be worn. If you remove tray 1 and temporarily tape up the sensor arms to fool the printer into thinking it has a full tray installed, you can the test, by applying a little pressure to the feed roller, to see if it positively moves forward or if you are able to stop it turning. On a brighter note, you may just need new rollers instead of cleaning them.

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okay, I have this problem I think. It is jamming on the OUTPUT side of the fuser, and I have replaced the fuser with a new one.
I learned tonight, through trying various things, that it will not jam with the printer lid open. (you can make it "print" with the lid open if you push the lid switch in so that the printer thinks it is closed. That made me wonder if it had anything to do with the led strips (black bars attached to the lid) so just for fun I unplugged the C led strip so that it wouldn't produce any light onto the drum. With the lid closed and the C disconnected, the printer will not jam. (but you get no blue on the page of course!) when I re-connect the C led strip, it jams on the output side of the fuser every time. It is very consistent.
I don't understand how putting blue toner on a paper can make it curl so much that it jams up in the fuser, but it does.
I'm sure there is something else gong on here that I don't fully understand- hopefully someone who knows more than I do can use this info to help us all out a little.
I'm going to go and fiddle with the drums now. I don't have an extra one right now, but I'll see if I can narrow it down further.

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I find that I can use a number of HP drivers for them. Just did an office upgrade, and used either HP5 drivers, or HP4300 drivers that are the native drivers in Win7. The HP5 driver is probably one of the best universal drivers out there. They work on almost anything.

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