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Paper Misfeed error occur when ever Toshiba E-studio 160 Machine started. the code will come out E03. I was already clear all jam papers and also fully clean machine by air pressure by blower please help me.

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SOURCE: paper jam

as komguy says above, the best way to fix this error is to feed paper through the printer manually. i found that a full sized sheet of cart stock did the trick. feed it from the rear paper tray and manually turn the gears to the far left of the printer.

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Printer says paper jam when there is none

The printer may have an optical paper reader near the print head.

If you can, remove any plastic covers and blow out the head area with compressed air.

The optical reader may be located somewhere else also.

They get covered with paper dust and think its a paper jam.
Blow out all areas of printer.

Posted on Dec 22, 2009

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SOURCE: My Toshiba E-Studio 650 is displaying a paper jam in the copier. I have removed all paper jam and I have replaced sensor. What am I missing?

There are other sensors to check or verify that there is continuity in the wires of the sensor that you've removed

good luck

Posted on Apr 25, 2012

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