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With Troublshooting highlighted on the printer display perform the following steps:
Press the Down Arrow and scroll to Print Quality Problems.
Press the Down Arrow and scroll to Remove Print Smears.
Press OK. The printer will print 5 cleaning pages.
Repeat this process five or six times, to remove stubborn toner buildup from the fuser.
Always make sure you are matching the type of paper loaded in the printer tray(s) to the correct Paper Type front panel setting. When you load a tray with paper, the front panel will ask you to indicate the type of paper you loaded. For correct print quality and printer operation, be sure to set this correctly.
MAINTENANCE: Phaser 7750 Video Instruction Maintenance for the PrinterPhaser
The majority of the time that code means the print head has failed. That is a print head heater error. You can find some places that sell print heads for about $150 , you would have to google the model number for that. Xerox would charge $750 for a new print head, uninstalled.
They sell a lot of maintenance kits that way.I worked for a major Tampa are copier company for 10 years and they used every part until it just quit.However, you should line up a maintenance kit at the ready.Sometimes a counter will shut down the copier when it gets to the point where they want it to stop.
Did you remove the maintenance kit and waste tray? Sometimes, they hang up. By now, you've probably fired it back up and are running but, in this case, you want to do that quickly so that the ink doesn't have time to harden and stick the maintenance wiper to the printhead surface.
I wonder if you got some of the silicon lubricant from the maintenance kit on the rollers.
Try taking some alcohol or a cleaner such as fantastic, 409 etc and throughly clean all the rollers in the paper tray and along that transport behind the door.
If it isn't getting out of the tray you may coincidently have a smoothe feed roller, if it is feedinf a couple of inches out of the tray and stopping in the lower rollers I suspect a slipping registration clutch. Removing the maintenance kit seems like an odd thing to start a jamming problem. As I said clean the rollers, I guess see if you happened to have gotten a chunk of ink in the paper path from the catch tray.
Is there any damage to the paper? And tears or dents in the page?
Let me know we can resolve the problem.
There is supposed to be an orange chip on the back of that tray.
If that is not present or seating properly that will cause that problem.
Pull out the green tray and see if the chip is snapped on the back ot the maintenance tray.