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Be gentle.

Please refer to OKI's recomendations for clearing a paper jam

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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HP Laserjet 1022 orange light keeps flashing


1. Check any paper jams in side.
2. Check cartridge.
3. Remove back cover, clean paper sensors.
4. Replace Formatter board.

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DCP-J125 Uable to print (36)


The message Unable to Print (followed by a two character code) will appear on the display for one of the following reasons:

- Dirty encoder strip

- Foreign object, such as a paper clip or ripped piece of paper, stuck in the machine

- Mechanical malfunction

The most common cause of the issue is dirt on the encoder strip. Clean the encoder strip by doing the following:



CLEAN THE ENCODER STRIP

NOTE: The images shown below are from the representative product. The customer's model may look different from the picture.

1. Locate a lint free cloth such as a T-shirt, DRY eye glass cleaner cloth, DRY monitor cloth or wash cloth.

DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF PAPER PRODUCTS (EX: paper towel, tissue paper, napkin, filter, news paper etc.) This will help ensure the dirt is removed from the encoder strip.

CHECK FOR FOREIGN OBJECTS & PAPER JAMS

2. After thoroughly cleaning the encoder strip, look inside the machine and in the two corners for jammed paper or foreign objects and remove them if any are found. Pieces of paper may be jammed under the print head.

If the print head is locked to the right side of the machine, press and hold the STOP/EXIT key for 5 seconds. This will cause the print head to move automatically to the middle of the machine and allow you to look for debris in the right corner.

3. Leave the scanner OPEN and turn the machine around so you are looking at the back of the machine.

4. Open the Jam Clear Cover and look inside the machine for paper. Remove any jammed paper that appears; then close the Jam Clear Cover and turn the machine back around to the front.

5. Gently close the scanner cover and verify the error message cleared from the display.

If you cleaned the encoder strip ONCE and the message continues to appear on the display, clean the encoder strip again. It is common to clean the encoder strip multiple times to resolve the issue.

If you cleaned the encoder strip at least TWICE and the message continues to appear on the display, unplug the machine from the power outlet for 2 seconds and plug it back in to cycle the power.

TEST THE MACHINE

NOTE: After a paper jam has been cleared, the Brother machine may complete a 2 minute cleaning cycle to remove paper dust from the nozzles before printing.


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Cannot remove the paper jam


To clear the message Paper Jam from the display, follow the steps listed below:

NOTE: images shown below are from a representative product and may differ from your Brother machine.


STEP A. Check for and remove any jammed paper or foreign objects in the machine

  1. Unplug the Brother machine from the power outlet.


    Caution Before you unplug the machine from the power source, you can transfer your faxes that are stored in the memory to your PC or another fax machine so you will not lose any important messages. Refer to the Related FAQs in the end of the page for information. (only for applicable models)

  2. Lift the scanner cover using the plastic tabs or finger holds, located on the left and right side of the machine until it locks securely into the open position.


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    Caution DO NOT touch the encoder strip. The encoder strip is a clear plastic strip in front of the white vinyl band (outlined in red as shown in the picture below). If the encoder gets markings or debris on its surface, it may cause other problems.

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  3. Verify the location of the print head. The print head is a black square object, located behind the encoder strip. The print head moves from left to right.




  4. Move the print head to the middle using your fingers.


    Caution DO NOT touch the encoder strip (marked in red shown below).
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  5. Check for and remove any ripped paper or a foreign object in the left corners or underneath the print head.


    Hint The ripped paper may be very small. Using a flashlight will help you to find the ripped paper.

  6. Turn the machine around and open the Jam Clear Cover (1). Look inside the machine and remove any jammed paper.

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  7. Close the Jam Clear Cover. Make sure the cover is closed properly.


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  8. After removing all of the paper scraps, Close the scanner cover by lifting the scanner cover to release the lock. Gently push the green scanner cover support down and then close the cover.

  9. Remove the paper tray (1) from the machine.

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  10. Place one of your hands under the LCD unit and into the opening of where the paper tray was.

  11. Using your hand, lift the front of the machine approximately 6 inches off the surface.

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  12. Look inside the tray areas roof of the machine and a row of black rollers will be aligned across. See picture below.

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  13. Look in-between each of the black exit rollers for a piece of stuck scrap paper. (A flash light may need to be used if you are having trouble locating the paper scrap).

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  14. Using a pair of tweezers, the paper scrap can be easily removed from the exit rollers.

  15. Place the machine gently down onto the surface.

    • If no paper scraps were found inside the machine, please check the paper in the tray. If the paper is slightly curled, the print head will catch the edge of the paper and tear it. To resolve the issue, the paper in the tray must be replaced and continue to STEP 16.

    • If paper scraps were found and removed from the machine, continue to STEP 16.


  16. Put the paper tray back into the machine.

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  17. Plug the power cord back into the power outlet.

    • If the LCD displays the date and time, go to STEP D.

    • If LCD displays the message "Paper Jam" go to STEP B.


- If the print head is on the right side:

  1. Plug the power cord back into the power outlet and wait for the machine to stop making noises.


  2. Press the Stop/Exit key for approximately 5 seconds until the print head moves to the middle.


  3. Unplug the machine from the power outlet.


    Caution Make sure to unplug the machine. The print head may move and injure your hand. Before you unplug the machine, you can transfer your faxes that are stored in the memory to your PC or another fax machine so you will not lose any important messages. Refer to the Related FAQs in the end of the page for information. (only for applicable models)

  4. Examine the right side of the machine where the print head had been positioned and underneath the print head and remove any pieces of ripped paper or foreign objects.


    Tweezers may be used with caution to remove paper scraps or the foreign objects.


    Hint The ripped paper may be very small. Using a flashlight will help you to find the ripped paper.

  5. After confirm the paper scraps or the foreign objects in the right corners or underneath the print head, go to STEP 6.

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What cause a error report Unable to print 70? and how do I solve problem. Many thanks Susan


These mean the machine does not work due to a paper jam or some sensor problem. try to clear the paper jam. If the problem still continues after clearing the paper jam, try to clean the encoder strip (clear strip of plastic) located behind the head.

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Is there a way to take off the back of the printer where the paper comes out. Paper is jammed in the rollers and can't get to it.


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LCD Error message: Paper output slot. Thye paper is jammed. clear the paper and press OK.


A jam sensor may be stuck or have something stuck on it, causing the machine to think it is jammed. These sensors are normally located where the paper feeds into the printer, and where the paper exits the printer. Try forcing a sheet of paper through the machine in the direction paper normally. feeds. This may free up the jam sensors.

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Have a paper jam near the exit


THe idea is to keep you from doing that.  If the paper is jamming inside the machine, it probably needs a new fuser unit.

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