Question about Lexmark T630 Laser Printer
202 is indicating a jam at the fuser exit sensors there are 2 located on the outboard side of the fuser.
First check to see if anything is blocking one of these sensors.
To gain better access remove the rear feed asym (remove the 2 screws located in the lower cut-out section and release the 2 tabs located at on each side of the feed asym.
Now remove any foreign objects.
If none are found use a paper clip unwound to gently activate each flag toward the rear of machine.
If all is working well print several test pages and observe the paper as it reaches this point. If it stops before striking the flag check to see if your paper size matches the tray size.
Look in the paper menu after you turn machine off and is in ready state.
If all seem right,check to make sure the sensors are seated properly in there housings (each will have 4 tabs locking them into place).
It sounds like one of the flags may be sticking when printing. The sensor flag on the right is known to become dislodged when paper is pulled past it manually.
It also never hurts to try printing from another paper source such as the front drop down tray. Also good idea to clean any dirty pick up roller with a damp lint free cloth.
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Posted on May 25, 2010
Here are aa couple of things for you to check that can cause this if your sure its not the wrong paper size or the pick wheels.fyi the easiest way to check paper size is to print the network stat sheet it is inclosed by a line all the way around the outside edge. if prints smaller than the page or if the bottom line of this box is missing then there is a paper size issue. inside the printer on the bottom left side there are 4 white paper feed wheel roght near the furthest one back there is a timming sensor this sensor should be positioned upright to align with the back third of the wheel. make sure it is mounted solid.take a index card and using the flat edge at a90% rake it across the ribs that the paper rides on. if the card catches any where the notch will need to be smoothed out. anything that will catch the card will slow down the paper creating a paper jam issue.toner build up on the rear upper deflector back by where the paper enters the fuser is a problem spot as well.if you remove the fuser and look to your right there are 2 free floating gears that igage the fuser hot roll gear on the frame that mounts these gears there is a little black plastic piece that goes from the gears to the upper front hinge assmbly.this clutch release arm ingages these gears to the fuser when you close the upper front cover if it is broken or missing a skipping teeth issue can occur creating a timming issue and the jams the scanner can also cause this if its dirty inside.pull the top cover off the printer and remove the 7 screws from the scanner top remove it inside the scanner you will see in the center rear of the assembly a mirror motor assembly this is a air gap motor. the mirror head can be lifted off fairly easy by pulling straight up on it. the armature post on the bottom of the mirror head has a coating on it kind of like teflon and so does the recieving side of the armature clean these surfaces with contact cleaner and a q-tip. the flat edges of the mirror head also need to be cleaned with the q-tip. in front of this motor you will see a prizm clean both front and back surfaces with a q-tip i usually use alchohol on these. now just in front of this prizm to the far right you will see a little mirror 1/2 inch x 1/2 inch this is part of the timming for this scanner and needs to be cleaned. on the left side of the scnner where the 4 wire connector plug into the scanner assembly and directly across from the mirror you will see a prizm that is about double the size of the timming mirror both sides of thie need to be cleaned. 2 more thing to clean just in front of these youwill see a mirror mounted at approx. 35 degrees this will need to be claened and down in front of the mirror there is a scanner window you can see and clean the inside of this glass the outside will also need to be cleaned. these parts being dirty can cause a lot of problems from the laser loosing lock.to the air gap motor running a bit slower to 93x errors.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
A printer will jam for any number of reasons: It’s dirty, the wrong paper type is being used, or the rollers on the printer that feed the paper through its pathway are worn down. While cleaning the printer periodically and using the correct paper type are easy fixes. Regardless of the cause, when removing a paper jam, always pull the paper in the direction of the paper path, because pulling it backwards can severely damage the printer.
If the printer is been service of recent and the correct paper i been used, then, I advice you replace the roller on your printer because it is possible that it is worn out, this might help fix your paper jam issue.
look at the possible problems that could cause the printer paper jam and use it to fix your printer issue.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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