Question about Lexmark Office Equipment & Supplies
Posted by Anonymous on
I have had this problem happen to me repeatedly. I am not sure what model of printer you have, but in my case, the rollers needed replaced. I am not sure if your printer is connected to a server or just your computer, but it is also important to keep your software up to date as well, check Lexmark's website periodically for updates.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
Turn off and back on. If the error is still there, look in different areas of the printer, somewhere there is a piece of paper stuck. Sometimes when clearing a jam, little pieces will get stuck in the rollers and you just need to search for them and remove them to clear the sensors.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 202 pam jam
usually it means that a sensor in your fuser is bad. If you have a P.M. Kit replaced the fuser and clean the printer.
but before you do, make sure that you have cleared all jams, including in the fuser.
Its probably time for a Preventive Maintanence
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
SOURCE: Keep getting an error message
If you can't see any paper stuck inside the printer when you open the rear door or when you remove the toner cartridge, the rear paper flag is either stuck or broken.
The flag is a small piece of plastic which sits at the rear of the fuser and as the paper exits the fuser it pushes the flag down. The easiest way to see this is to remove the rear door then the rear cover (two screws).
If it's broken you'll require a replacement fuser (i don't think you can get the part separtely), but if you have recently installed a maintenance kit, i would contact the supplier and ask for a replacement.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
SOURCE: 202 Paper Jam
A 202 error usually means that there is a problem with the fuser, more than likely the fuser exit sensor is jammed - either with a piece of paper, or the return spring on the sensor has stuck. Check this sensor, making sure it can return to the upright position freely. This should clear the problem. If it doesn't, or the sensor arm is broken, a new fuser should solve this problem
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
well with my experience with my opinion crappy lexmark printers there is a senser on the fuser behind the cover it could be jammed down saying there is paper in the fuser when there isnt try lifting it and then flicking it down a few times to work it loose so it springs back all the time and then re-assemble the printer and try it now. hope that works for you had the same problem at work with another model and that is what was wrong with it. good luck
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
These are the messages got stuck in print queue, you have to release the print queue, First got to Printer and Faxes, there would be your printer icon (Lexmark E342n) Laser printer icon, double click on that, you would see all the messages stuck in queue, release or delete from there. that has to work, please let me know if it works or not
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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