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There may be an obstruction inside the printer. Try this....remove the paper from the paper tray and put paper in the handfeed tray (front of the machine) If it feeds from that tray it means that the feed rollers in the bottom cassette are worn.
It seems that the sensor is having dust or toner settled upon it. Kindly remove the toner and clean the residual toner. Take a hard stock paper and give one copy command and push it while it tries to pull the paper. Paper misfeed is not the same as paper jam. Paper misfeed refers to the blank paper tray and paper jam refers to paper which has been taken from the tray and now inside the unit.
"Separator page" or "cover page" options could be enabled. The easiest way to find this option is to print a menu map from your machine. These are managed from the configuration page on the printer display
Your printing from a terminal application, no fix...the terminal apps often send a (page break/ carriage return) at the end of jobs to make sure the page is printed and not held in queue.
Check your settings in Office and print setup window - Word, Excel, etc. all have a "Seperator Page" and "Cover Page" options as well.
First, check the text in your records for odd characters. It is sometimes possible in data entry to hit a ctrl-"letter" combination that embeds printer codes in your text and these are invisible in many cases to the application. The easiest way is to break up your print job to sections of records and see if a particular record consistently causes an error.
If your sure however that the printer is the problem...
Then I would check the RAM. The printer has 128MB upgradable to 512MB. Normally you can pull the ram and run jobs on the internal memory, but in this case you would need to swap it out.