Question about Printers & Copiers
Printer will not feed paper to print.There is no paper jam.
Ink Jet Printers are notorious for this. Try using household dish detergent( or any thing that contains glycerin [C3H5(OH)3] ) on the rubber wheels. It appears that the glycerin in the dish soap replaces the glycerin in the material frequently called rubber.
Apply the dish soap to all exposed wheels.
Let soak for five to ten minutes.
Wipe the wheels clean. Clean up any spillage too.
Run a few sheets of paper through the printer (until the damp/oily wheel marks disappear from paper).
Printer should work like new when complete.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
If it cannot feed paper it is probably that the feed roller (which is a rubber wheel) is worn out. Do you live in a hot climate area? Anything that would make rubber dry up faster would cause the printer paper feeder to malfunction. Usually there are not replacement parts available for the printer unless it was a heavy duty $10,000 dollar printer. Its designed to be thrown away once it is broken.
Sorry I couldn't help you further
Thanks for reading!
Posted on May 02, 2008
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