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Xerox 1008: Paper Jam when no paper is stuck

Hi all, We have a Xerox 1008 Fax machine that always shows an error message about a paper jam after printing one paper. Although there ain't a paper stuck in the machine. After opening en closing the case where the Toner is located the paper jam message disappears and the machine prints another paper. And so on. I already cleaned the printer rolls with an appropriat roll-cleaning spray but that didn't solve the problem. Can somebody tell me how to solve this problem? Maybe there is a sensor somewhere that I need to clean? Many thanks in advance. Regards

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  • kevin wils Mar 22, 2007

    Thanks mstr2kx,

    After using an air-spray on the side of the printer roll where sensors are located the problem is solved.

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It Is a sensor that you should clean or re-locate. Try searching on sides of the roll or near the place where it shows you or tell you about the paper Jam.

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