Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
Printers are getting more and more finiky as the sensistivity for users go up.
Right after the paper pick up from the tray, there is a micro switch that tell the printer's processor what the paper is doing. If this microswitch is blocked for whatever reason, you will get this indication.
Unplug the printer.
Take out the paper tray (holder) and examine the area closely with a flashlight. Look at the edge of the paper path for items that may stick out of look floppy. These are contacts for switches.
Open the manual paper port in the rear of the printer and examine it also. If you find debris, use canned air or tweezers to remove it.
Not recommended to use big hammer and size 3 screwdriver.
If you can find debris and remove it, then try to use your printer once more. If after the examination you find nothing but the problem persists, return it to the store and get and exchange.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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