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960c printer I have paper stuck in the printer and I can touch it but cant release it. Is there a release button somewhere or anything else I can do? Thanks Diane

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Although no paper seems stuck in the printer the display keeps repeating paper blocked


Although you didn't mention what type of printer, most of the time that I have seen this error it has been a paper issue. It can be the tiniest of pieces of paper that has torn off and gotten stuck somewhere inside the printer. It can also be a small piece of a label if you use the sticky labels in your printer.
If you have done everything to clear the paper path, opened the doors, and pulled out the trays, you may want to try spraying some canned air into the printer to see if anything comes loose. The only other way I have been able to fix this issue is to tear apart the printer and find the tiny piece of paper.

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So I assume the computer is coming up with this error, Do you know whether there is paper in the printer or not that is causing this error or does the printer just think there is?

The outside panels should open up and you should see some rollers which may have paper stuck in them. Check for stuck paper or any other object and simply pull it out. Pulling paper out the way it went in won't wreck the printer.

If there isn't any object, you can try resetting the printer by unplugging it and the plugging it back in.

Let me know it neither of the above suggestions work or if you just need some more help or can provide more information on this.

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Hello, printer(esp5250) showing this mssg: "printer error. remove access cover. clear all paper. attach cover. press ok to continue. " done this about 15 times even tho there is no trapped paper....


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My HP 960c printer does not complete the printing on a photo page. The photos print for about 2/3's of the page and the prints the remaining on one line.


Had a similar problem with mine, I had corrupted drivers. I recommend you uninstall all of the HP stuff in your computer-then go to HP.COM in Support you'll find Downloads and Drivers, the dot in the radio dial, office jet 960c in blank slot just below that. It will wisk you away to you driver, unless you like HP fancy packages of goodies, I would just look for driver, download them and install...I' ll just bet your printer will work just fine.
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My C46 has been spoiled by someone who can get into my home. It will not allow the paper to go through It is grabbed on the right and goes to the left. I've tried finding something to change about it. ...


Typically there is a small bit of paper that is stuck somewhere in the paper path. It is now probably black with ink and will be hard to see. Usually running some card stock through the printer will clear it. But if necessary, manually push some thin plastic (maybe from some clothes packages) back and forth through the paper path, especially at the edges to try and dislodge the offending clog.

What you don't see is that when you close the cover the ink cartridge moves back and forth, grabbing the edge of the paper on the right and pushing it to the left. There may also be a piece of paper stuck on the ink cartridge head or carriage. Remove the ink cartridge, inspect the head and place where it moves to see if there isn't a bit of paper stuck there (again, will be saturated with ink). Use same process to remove. Try not to use a knife or other sharp object as it might damage the printer.

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Re-check the paper feeder for anything small that might be stuck in the path of the paper,if the printer is not heavy try turning it upside down and giving it a good shake see if any obstacles will fall out.If not u might have to check the colaboration of the mechanism to see wheher its working as it should.

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