Panasonic FP-7750 will not feed paper through machine correctly
When a document is placed on the copier face to print, the paper is getting jammed in the first drawer in the middle front and not feeding through the machine correctly. We cannot get the paper to feed through the machine to make any copies.
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Look where you remove the last jamed piece of paper closest to the fixing unit. Dose it jame when you make one copy? If it dose jam in the same place, I would have to say the problem is in the fixing unit. Look, in the unit for any pieces of paer jamed and remove them. Also, is it only happen with one paper tray and not the other. If so make sure you haze the tray and paper are set correctly.... Really need some more info.
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Please check the entire length of the paper feed path from input to output for a small piece of paper that is stuck causing a "Paper Jam".
You are lucky that you can still print manually as this usually shuts a printer down until the jam is found and removed!
I forgot to add to the paper lift issue, which might be the reason for your 'paper jam' error:
Take out the paper tray/s, make sure that there is no paper caught in the back of the machine. Sometimes paper can block sensors that makes the printer think the tray is up.
Also double check your trays. There should be a little flap that you can use to manually move the paper lift. Make sure that that's not broken.
One common cause that I found with all copiers is that people fill up the tray and then push in the tray harder than it should be pushed, which will loosen the guidelines, and with most new machines, will throw codes if the paper size is reporting to be different to the one you have in there.
And that's a second common cause, the paper size. Sometimes if the paper used is different to the size shown on the machine, it will stop the print because it's expecting a certain size and the sensors didn't see the correct size.
The document feeder has multiple sensors in it. sometimes they hang up and stay stuck out of place. Other sensors might get paper dust on the face of the sensor. If you can open the document cover, locate the sensors and see if any are ajar or the sensor flag fell out of place. Also look to see if a paper is stuck in any of the paper path areas. Not seeing the machine it is hard to say if it fed paper and says check document, if it did, clean the feed wheels with a wet paper towel.
Your document feed is separate from your received and report prints so that's why your reports are printing ok and the document feeder jams. When you open up the doc feeder and look inside the machine you will see a roller and above it on the cover that opens you will see a rubber pad. Clean both the roller and pad (in fact anything in there that is rubber) with a rubber cleaner, alcohol, or even soap and water on a cloth without it been dripping wet. You will probablt find that they are very dirty. The roller feeds the document in so that needs to be clean and the pad helps to keep all the other docs from feeding in at the same time and that should be very clean so it produces good friction.
Sounds like fuser issue ( The Fuser Heats the Toner and Fuses the toner to the paper) It could also need a developer change depening on the amout of copies you have on the machine. Unless you can rebuild the fuser or replace the developer, you will have to call a service tech. If your in Maryland you can contact Innovative Copy Products if not go to panasonic.com to find a local dealer