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FUSER ERROR AND PAPER JAM ON HP LASERJET 4200

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  • o410e Jun 15, 2008

    PHANTOM PAPER JAM 13.20.00 IN TOP COVER AREA - THERE IS NO PAPER JAM THERE - IF I SEND A HEAP OF PRINTING TO THE PRINTER AND QUICKLY CANCEL ALL AS THE INITIALIZING IS GOING ON IT SOMETIMES CLEARS THE MESSAGE AND PRINTER WORKS OK BUT YOU CAN'T TURN IT OFF OR IT COMES BACK

  • Anonymous May 07, 2009

    13.14 paper jam

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Not a guarantee, but i had similar issue with a past HP Color laser and it was heat related...moved it away from window out of the sun and problem went away.

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How do I solve this problem? My hp LJ 4345 printer experiences intermittent paper jam in fuser(accordion-like) with half of the paper out of the fuser. We've replaced the fuser with a new one but the


This error can be caused by the following:

1. Fuser that is close to end of life. Maximum print quantity is 225,000 pages.

2. poor quality paper, very thin paper never feeds well and will jam.

3. Printing an image that is almost entirely black can cause the paper to buckle before entering the fuser.


Try different paper to see if that resolves the problem.

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Try using 28 pound paper. Thats seems to help prevent fuser jams.

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Hp laserjet 4200 will print a 50 page paper path test, print an extra page and then jam.


The paper feed solenoid is sticking. There is a foam material that deteriates over time and becomes sticky. I remove what's left and put masking tape in its place.

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13.05.00 jam in


Hello Konnaris Nikos,
Welcome, and thank you for using FixYa!
To answer your question: There are five known causes for the error code you are seeing.
1. Paper did not get to the fuser within the expected time.2. You are printing on smaller media which is likely encounter 13.05 jams - especially if using media with lengths from 160 to 170 mm (6.25 to 6.75 inches).3. A worn-out fuser can cause both 13.05.00 and 13.06.00 jams.4. Lightweight media that is acclimated in a high-humidity environment can curl excessively and cause 13.05.00 jams.5. Legal paper used when the job calls for envelope will result in a 13.05.00 or 13.06.00 jam instead of a size error.
You will need to have the printer examined for a maintenance kit to be installed. You may also want to check and make sure your print project isn;t set to use Envelope as the paper media and the drawer is loaded with Legal paper.Thank should fix your issues.

Have a great day!

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Check Tay2 paper sensor flag, located at tray2 pick up roller, its its stucked shoot the fault

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The paper is probably jammed between the fuser and the rear cover if you can't see it.

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13.20.00 Jam in top cover area, no jam


pull your fuser out and you will find the jam and reason for the noise. it is pulled from the rear 2 covers and 2 screws

Jun 23, 2009 | HP LaserJet 4200 Printer

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HP 4200 printer paper jam. No paper is jammed


OK, if the printer says jam but no paper inside and prints after you open and close the cover the paper likely never made it out of the tray. Or the machine thinks the page never made it out of the machine.
As far as input check your rollers 1 in the tray and the pick up roller in the machine if you don't have alot of pages on the machine these likely OK.
Next (and this I have found often) check the paper back stop in the tray. This is the guide to set the length of paper. If it is set just a little long the roller cannot catch the edge of the paper. Sometimes the teeth the guide sets in are broken or worn.
The output would be the sensor in the fuser replace fuser.
Hope this helps

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Error 13-jam paper HP Laser 4+


HP LaserJet 4, 4m, 4 Plus and 4m Plus Series Printers - False Error Message 13 PAPER JAM ISSUE: After clearing all jammed paper from the HP LaserJet 4, 4m, 4 Plus, or 4m Plus series printer, the display still reads 13 Paper Jam . Even after cycling the power off and then back on, the error remains. SOLUTION: Open the rear door of the printer. There is a paper sensor near the upper right hand corner of the fusing assembly (just below the right edge of the long yellow warning sticker on the fuser) that can cause paper jam error messages even when there is no jammed paper in the printer. Toggle the thin black plastic lever up and down to make sure it is not stuck or sticky. The lever should be in the down position before closing the back of the printer. If the lever is stuck or missing, the printer will generate a false paper jam message. Hope it will help you !

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