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Hi, Turn the printer off and on.This automatically pushes out the stuck paper.Solved? Open cover to gain access to the paper path and pull it out firmly but with care. Check through the paper paths for any other obstructions. Avoid filling the paper feed tray to capacity.Solved? Disconnect from power and connect again.Turn it on.
Hi Fred, Turn the printer off and on. Check through the paper paths for any obstructions. Remove any stuck papers manually. Solved? Disconnect the printer from PC,unplug from power and reboot your PC. Re-connect printer and start your PC. Avoid filling the paper feed tray to capacity. Try printing now.
Hi Jamieos, Turn the printer off and on.Solved? Turn the printer off and disconnect from PC.Unplug from power.Reboot the PC. Remove the papers from the feed tray and look through the paper path for any obstructions. Load the print papers and make sure they are correctly aligned on the feed tray. Cear any print queues on your PC. Connect everything now and start the PC. Try printing.
Hi, Manually you can feed the paper right? top feed or front feed. LQ 300 has a sensor for paper feed, if it cannot feed paper automatically there could be something wrong with the paper feed sensor. Sensor of which is just a switch that once the paper pass, it will trigger the switch. If you can open up your printer, you can check the switch if still working. If you manage to locate the switch take out the switch and have check by ohmmeter tester to check the continuity. It sound technical but you can ask help.
No problem.I can solve your problem.There are printer has two paper feed system 1) manual feed2) on cassate.When you get a paper jam in cassate you clean paper clauth or cassate feed roller clean.Some times is missfed because it can not creat frashor in correct.Clean it then solve you problem.Or some of paper bit here.
Contact hp. They have a small item (roller clelaner) that you insert it into the printer as if it were paper and it seems to clean up your rollers. It takes about 15 minutes and it works. I also had the same problem and this solved the issue.