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Have you installed the latest printer driver? What operating system do you have - Windows 7 or 8? This sounds kinda like your printer may have been slightly fried by a lightening strike. Is it protected by a surge protector? Can you print a test page from your operating system?
If you mean it takes the paper in crooked then check your paper guides on the intray they need to hold the paper firmly. If they are Ok then it could be the rollers are worn or dirty and need replacement, a local printer repair center will be able to help, most printers are easily to replace the paper pickup rollers. Good luck
Please reset your printer ... your printer ink absorber is almost full.
Follow the instruction...
1. Turn off printer 2. Hold down Resume button and press Power button. 3. Keep holding down Power button and let Resume button go. 4. Press Resume button 2 times then let BOTH buttons go. 5. Green lights will flash and then stop blinking. 6. When green lights are solid, press the Resume button 4 times. 7. Press the Power button and the printer should turn off, if not, press the Power button once more. 8. Your printer should respond as normal. thanks....
When paper get stuck inside your printer you have to make sure to turn the printer off before doing any action. Once the printer is "off", open the top cover of your LBP-2900, pull it up from the rightmost part just beside the paper light indicator. Pull out the cartridge then proceed with the paper inside it. Once the paper is gone, put back the cartridge slowly and firmly. Close the top cover and turn on the printer. If the paper light indicator is still blinking red, press the button and proceed using the printer when it turns green.
you have a paper jam pull out the paper tray, check for the jam if all is well, open the printer, check under the printer cartridge, then the back a little piece of paper will cause the jam it is a good idea to use canned air to clean your printer, under the cartridge and the rollers on a regular basis (once a month)
is the piece of paper removed? or there parts of the paper w/c was nt removed? if the whole paper was removed already, try to use this steps..step 1. remove the power cord of the printer. step 2. press the power on/off of the printer while plugging the power cord. and wait for 10 seconds before releasing the on/off button..then put on your printer. but if some pieces of broken paper inside the printer try to clear it first then try printing.
I had the same problem. I took a card stock sheet of paper. When you turn the printer on and it trys to take the paper thru, I forced it thru and had some small pieces of paper come out. I had the front open so I could see what was happening. It fixed mine, hope it helps u.
The squeeling I think has to do with a small build up of ink on the carriage.
What I do is I open up the printer top so you can see the carriage as if you were putting in a printhead and then you unplug the power to the printer when teh carriage is in the unlocked position. Now you can freely move the carriage back and forth. If you notice there is a clearish long strip going from one side of the printer to the other that is placed flat ontop of the entire metal inside casing of the printer. Clean that entire strip with a cloth or something. Now take a piece of paper and fold it a few times so that it ends up looking like a ruler you can say. Put the paper flat on that clear strip and then take the carriage and move it over the paper. Basically your cleaning the underpart of the carriage that touches that clear strip that is attached to the metal body of the printer. Move it back and forth and you will see ink being put onto the paper thus cleaning it.
Just close the case up, plug in your printer and the squeaking should be solved till next time. As for that light problem, don't know what those lights mean. If there is a problem with teh printhead or ink though it will always tell you on the digital read out, or at least should.
Leh1987, that piece of plastic you see hanging, is what the ink slides on, right now its broken so your ink cartridges are slamming back and fourth had the same problem, have to take it in and get the plastic piece either replaced (if damaged) or put back on.