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The all-in-one printers are notorious for getting small pieces of paper lodged in the gear assemblies both in the back behind the paper pickup roller and in front under the print head. Dust also can collect causing false errors. I would first blow the thing out thoroughly with a can of compressed air because honestly any other solution is probably going to cause you more time, money, and trouble then just replacing it the printer; especially if the Dell printer is under warranty. But for the sake of diagnosing the issue specifically...Look for damage in and around the print head, especially the bundle of wires attaching to the back of the print head. If they are damaged it will generate a carriage jam. Also, listen to the head when it tries to move, if it clicks or pops or if when you restart the printer it fails to move across and back to align itself, your drive gear on the print head is stripped or the assembly itself is not functioning. If it moves and aligns itself but then gives a carriage jam anyway, it's obviously not jammed because it moved. That means that the control board or system board may be damaged and these are VERY difficult to replace without disassembling the whole printer.
In an act of despair I started to poke
around the inside of the printer with a wooden match. Especially I
found a small black lever mentioned on a Dell web site (general paper
jam help page) that could be pressed a little. It is placed just a
little bit right of center behind the carriage and just above the roll
that feeds the paper beneath the printer heads. I'm not sure if this
was what finally did it, but now the paper jam problem has gone away.
thing I noticed is that my carriage is now moving to center when I open
the top. When the paper jam error was present it always moved to the
far left (so I could remove any jammed paper, I suspect).
**HW support: 877-459-7298 and you must have the Express Service Code of your printer or any Dell product you're calling in so that they can route you to the right department.**
Usually, if you're having paper jams, it could be a mechanical problem with the printer.
- turn off the printer. unplug the power adapter for 1-2 minutes
- lift the printer upside down and shake it sideways (strange huh?... usually, this helps because it can re-align those things that may not be aligned right inside the printer)
- then, adjust the paper guides and use about 10-15 pieces of paper. try using the printer. if it's still the same... it really is the printer.
- if it's still under warranty, Dell can replace it.
This information is from Dell, try it it can't hurt.
Check the paper track- just in case a fragment has ben elft behind.
A suck out with a vacuum may be a good ides to be sure.
Then close it down unplug the mains supply.
Leave a couple hours- then see what happens
If still introuble take a look on here