Question about HP LaserJet P3005d Printer
There are many sensors that are throughout the machine. Try checking all of the flags and see if they are stuck or loose. If you can locate one that is either try to reseat. If not you could have a bad sensor and needs to be replaced. A certified technician can help with that.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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13.20 PAPER JAM CHECK REAR DOOR
Media stopped in the paper path during power on
or when the top door was closed.
Open top cover and remove toner cartridge. Remove all media in the
paper path, and then re-install toner then open and close the top cover.
Open read door and pinch blue latches on fuser and pull it out.
Inspect the sensor flag for correct movement and any paper obstructions in the
fuser rollers. Re-install fuser and Confirm rear door closure.
Remove tray 2 and confirm paper is not jammed in the pickup area.
Confirm paper size adjusters in the tray are correctly set for paper being
used. (Do not set back paper stop to ANY)
Replace any defective sensors or flags
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