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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You probably have already looked this up by just in case here is Okidatas instructions for clearing this jam: http://my.okidata.com/PP-C5100n.nsf?opendatabase. If you have already looked here and done this then I would suggest: -Open and close the rear cover. -Pull out and replace each of the toner cartridges. -Pull out the duplexer, ensure it is clear of jams and replace. -Pull out each of the paper trays (including the manual tray), ensure paper is installed correctly and replace. -Close the top cover. Per Okidata this has to be done last or else you will continue to see a jam error. -Try unplugging the printer and letting it set for a few minutes and retry. If that fails you might try purchasing a can of air from the computer store (about $3) and blow out the paper path to clear any paper or dust that may be blocking an optical sensor.
Posted on Dec 03, 2006
SOURCE: paper jam issue
I finally fixed the problem by running two sheets of heavy card stock through at the same time. With the machine off, I positioned the two sheets in the feeder so that they would be pulled in when the printer was turned on. When I turned on the printer, it drew the two sheets through and I guess this reset the paper sensor. I previously found that only one sheet at a time did't work.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
SOURCE: 980: Fatal Error
From the Service Manual:
*Error by media
clinging to the fuser
*Media has clung to the fuser.
Replace the fuser unit.
Before you replace the fuser, take it out and check for a piece of stuck label, paper, etc. You can spin the fuser roller by turning the gear on the side.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
SOURCE: oki 5250 380 paper jam
Sometimes you will find debris has fallen into the printer. Take off back to clean it out. Something as small as a staple can create this problem.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
I just completely took apart my front feeder unit because I just didn't believe there was a paper stuck in there. Sure enough, when I got to the bottom (an hour later) there it was- and it wasn't from the paper that was jammed. It must have been floating around in there waiting to get in just the right place to block the little sensor wiggly thing.
After I got it out, I realized there was a MUCH easier solution--- get some heavy paper (I used cardboard folded in half) and manually feed it through the paper feeder in the front assembly by hand. You can see where it should go in (it's where the paper from Tray 1 goes in) and out (it lines up with the belt in the main body of the printer) and there is a large gear on the side you can turn to help you get it through (just turn the gears until you feel the one that grabs your heavy paper.)
As it comes out, it should have your stuck paper with it.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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