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My hp 6100 all-in-one takes paper from the tray at normal speed then shoots it half way throught missing the start and gives me a paper jam error

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  • mikew690 Aug 20, 2010

    This advise did not work.
    I have also tried the foactory default reset in manetenance.
    Uninstalled and reinstalled drivers and software.

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The paper feeding in your printer is done by 2 motors that work in parallel. Their synchronicity is assured by sensors and is controlled by the processor of the printer. In your case that sync is gone and the misfeeding is detected by the sensors on the printing head as a paper jam. If doing a hardware reset hasn't solved it then the processor is defective. Since you must replace the entire board if the processor is dead it will by cheaper and way simpler just to get a new printer, this one has died.

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Hi! Please try this. Unplug the printer from power source then press hold the power button for 10secs. while unplugged. This should reset the printer's system. Plug the printer, turn it on and see how it goes. This should be working properly. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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    dj_relly999 Aug 21, 2010

    Looks pretty much a calibration problem.

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