Question about Samsung CLX-3170FN All-In-One Laser Printer
To answer your last question first, any copy machine or printer that uses toner, by design, will get very hot in the back of the machine. This radiant heat is coming from the fusing unit, when acts as an oven to burn the toner to the paper; and generally overheating problems will not cause jamming. More than likely you have a physical obstruction blocking the paper path, my suggestion to you would be to take a thick piece of cardstock and manually pass it through the paper transport section. This act will force out any small paper dust or debris in the transport section; also, I'd recommend spraying some canned air through the path as well. Out of curiosity, when the paper jammed, did it appear to be bent or torn in a particular area of the page?
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Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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