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1510 Printer absolutely unpredictable!!!! Jams, says it is empty, snarls the paper, it is getting worse. Should I get it repaired or buy a new one????

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If its a year old you should go for a new one as this is a common problem with printer which are one year old.

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Pls help me how to fix paper jam?

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Paper rollers have rubber grips in various places, and they may also have little wheels called "tractors" that advance the paper, or both at different points in the paper path. They can get loose, or dried out and not very grip-py, or the tractor wheels can get loose or on the wrong settings, etc so they no longer firmly grasp and advance the paper. These will set off the alarm. Cleaning, replacing grips, or even turning rubber grips inside out can help. You'll have to fiddle with the tractors to be sure they are snug against the paper, and roll easily, etc.
Sensors can get dirty, and need cleaning, or go bad and need replacing. If so, it's a very cheap fix, sometimes--call and ask the company what the part number is (according to one repairman on FixYa). Problems with the paper tray can keep the paper from responding to normal traction, as it can when the tray is nearly empty. And everyone says to search for even the tiniest item--not always paper--that has gotten loose or fallen down into the paper path...shake upside down, jiggle, open every openable part and search, etc.
After I finish installing my 3rd new printer, I'll check some of these out. It's pretty clear that taking printers to a repair service is more expensive than replacing--provided you spend an hour researching the cost of supplies for the "inexpensive" replacement you choose. Oh, the games they play with printer ink cartridge fees! Ink for a cheap printer can be double the cost for a pricey one, but the way things are packaged and how replaced when you run out (all 3 colors in one cartridge, or separately? etc.) makes a big difference. Do the math first. I found I was buying many color cartridges becuase my color ink dried up unused and the printer wouldn't print without them--and those were replaced separately since they didn't dry out at equal rates...but buying individually was pricey. It may be worse when I have to buy all 3 together--or not.
It might also be worth keeping a nice all-in-one when the printer part goes bad, and replacing the printer function with a new, super-simple cheap printer (if they exist; most are everything-but-fax), or a good small mono-laser that does nothing but print, no color. That's what I'm going to do next time; for now I have an all-in-one (minus the broken printer function) for every phone in the house, and this new one with a printer. LOL.

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Paper jams

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I have a Konica Minolta Magicolor 1600w which has not been very reliable. After a year I had to replace the fuzer. When the toner ran out, I decided to buy another one since it's cheaper than buying...

the second printer who made that? you bought a new 1600w?? and no you can not use the new cartridge in the old. go out buy new OEM cartridges for the printer the first one. on the new printer. did you clean the rollers did you ensure the printer setting for the media (paper) was the same as on the computer. was paper properly installed landscape versa porait.

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Paper jam! paper begins to feed then goes crooked

Please do all the things that you can do before you consider buying a new printer. You can take your printer into a service repair center or computer repair center in your place. If there is nothing that they can do then you can take an option of buying a new one.

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Paper jams every time I try to print...I remove paper, still jams everytime.

one of the tracks is off, or something inside the printer is bent / loose. you will either have to buy a new printer, send it back to the manufacturer, or find a local PC repair shop that will actually work on printers. your cheapest option is to buy a new printer.

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HP PSC 1510 All in One paper jams and wil not feed properly. the people at HP have been very helpful to me try this and see what you get

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HP PSC 1510 All-in-One Printer check paper light on/ no paper jams / filled with paper

go to add/remove printers and remove it... remember to unplug your printer before that...

connect your printer while the computer is ON (PSC series is a plug and play printer)... the computer will detect new hardware and reinstall it on its own... it might ask for the CD you got with printer... so keep it handy.

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Hi, try using HP brand photo paper, HP makes their special photo printers and special photo paper for them.
The surface of the back of the HP's paper is rough, like sandpaper to avoid the paper being jammed in the cheap loading mechanism of their actual printers.

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