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Re: HP LaserJet 1300 Printer - Won't feed paper
Firistly try to find out the printer is ready or not then find out when we powearing on the printer then it is warming up or not if it is warning up and not come to ready position then open front cover pull the toner cartage and send back it propely
then give print if the problem is not solved then ckeck the printer cables and drivers
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One you have a messed up print job trying to print and when you turn the printer on the job just starts over.
Two the clutch that stops the pick roller is bad and the roller just keeps turning.
Unplug the machine from the computer and turn it off unplug power for awhile turn it back on not connected to the computer. If condition remains it is the clutch.
If condition goes away delete print jobs and re connect printer.
Hope this helps
This is the test to determine toner or fuser issue. Print a test page When you hear the paper feed into the machine open the top to stop the machine Remove the toner cart. You should be able to see the page with printing on it. (This is before the page hits the fuser) If you can see the smudge or marks on the page the problem is most likely the cartridge but NOT the fuser. If the page is clean the problem is most likely the fuser. Hope this helps
Try clearing the que. It may be the first job is to big for the memory. Also, be sure the printer is not in manual feed mode. The directions will be in the user manual if you are not sure how to change it.