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Sometimes a printer may give the paperjam error massage. When this happens you must go thruogh the ritual of clearing paper jam before the printer will respond to the print command again.
So you do the following: Put of printer and unplug its power cable. Open all printer covers. (front, back, top as ti applies to your printer) Close them back firmly Plug back the power plug Try printing again.
This is happening because there is a paperjam in the machine and its covering the sensor for the back cover. Open the front cover of the machine and remove the drum and toner, then you can remove the paperjam.
two reason in paperjam 1200 series printer
one some senser not working so remove back sight cover and clean dust help with air blower.
and paper pick roller is not working
first you remove paper pick roller
and change direction of paper pick roller
means change direction means just opposite site use.
i think solve your problem.
I think I have the Dell version of this dumb printer. There is a plastic spring loaded lever that tells the printer when paper is passing through and has left the feed rollers. You will have to remove some screws and deal with clever plastic tension grips and a few harnesses but once you break it down you will see the spring hanging there and the plastic lever blocking an infra sensor. Just look at it and you will figure out how it goes back into place. Move it a few times before putting it all back together. Here's a pic of mine.
The only thing you can do with this is make sure that there are no foreign objects that could be blocking the movement of the cartridge head. And when you insert the cartridge back, make sure you hear a clicking sound on both the cartridge and the cartridge cover when you insert it. Power down then power back up... make sure all covers are closed when you power back up. If it gives the same message, the printers sensors may be bad and it will require service or replacement. So, check with your manufacturer for warranty options.