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We are a travel agency and have a ATB 1600 printer. It keeps jamming and are constantly tryint to unjam it. We would also like the name of a company in our area to repair this printer.

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Message keeps saying I have a carriage jam so I lift the top part and unjam the ink cartridges and then shut the lid but still nothing happens. It is about 4 yrs old and probably will cost more to have...


Look to see if your calibration strip has come off.
Also, lubricate the silver (chrome) platen bar with white lithium grease.

If yuo don't know what the calibration strip is, it's best not to mess with it at all, but it's a film that looks grey but is actually clear with black stripes very close together that tells the printer where the head is as it travels. If it's broken, replace the printer. If it came off, reattach the strip and/or tension spring it's on.

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Paper jams too often and for no apparent reason. This time tore paper and therefore unable to unjam!


To clear the paper jams always follow the instructions from the manufacturer, here is the support page from Brother website.

Also, sometimes when I get paper torn inside, I use a pair of long-nose pliers to remove it, but be careful not to damage any parts inside the printer.

If the printer is jamming constantly then that means you have a hardware issue in there. Look carefully where is usually jamming and see if you have a clip that stops the paper or a roller that's not pulling the paper and try to fix it or replace the faulty part.

Dec 02, 2010 | Brother HL-2040 Laser Printer

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How do I unjam paper in HL 2142


You open your printer (use your manual to correctly do this)

check all paper paths to see if any paper is stuck

Next take out the toner and drum and check again for any stray scraps of paper that may have been stuck there.

Also open the paper tray and look inside there to see if anything is stuck there.

If your printer has a single sheet tray check there too

If your printer has a back opening, check there too

I recomend that you also purchase "paper path cleaning sheets" to keep the unit clean and paper jam free (once a week if you print constantly and twice a month if a casual user)

NEVER NEVER NEVER get mad and RIP out stuck paper. Such an action will break internal mechanisms inside your laser printer.

Hope this helps Have a great day

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Canon iP 1600 printer won't print. Says that


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If it keep saying paper jam Then it maybe just that you may not see any paper in it but it only takes a very small bit of paper that stopping it or I would take a closer look inside, you may have had a paper jam before and it has left a small nit inside. All Best: Pineworks

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Printer keeps on jamming


could be improper bond weight or thickness of paper, too much paper in the tray, or the wheels on the feed rail inside is broken or needs to be cleaned

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Paper jams but doesn't go anywhere!


Hello there
You may not see a paper jam.

This may work for you, it has worked for many here I given this advice so gave it a try it could work for you. Generally when this happens, something has fallen into the printer, or a piece of paper has been jammed in there.

First step, remove the ink cartridge, and turn the printer upside down and gently shake it, see if anything comes out.

If nothing goes, or you can't hear anything rattling around, get a piece of cardstock paper (60lb or heavier) and gently push this through the printer, to see if it will help push out what might be stuck in there.

And gave the rode that the ink slides on a good clean and maybe a bit oil on cloth and wipe the rod with it.

Please come back and just gave a vote, it will gave me some satisfaction to know am helping some one so I will keep on helping.
All The Best: Pineworks

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DUPLEX PAPER JAM


Hi there


if you are selling tickets for the running over or the sinking can i have one

Daft question / hint are you loading your paper in the correct way up paper has a natural curl when it is heated or dampened

on the site of your **** the will be an arrow that signifys the first side to be printed on if there is no arrow on the packet take the seam side of the **** as the first side

I hope this is usfull i spent 10 years working on printers and copiers and this one raises it head time and time again

Regards Al "Alstech"

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back cover is just on the back of your printer.

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