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Multiple paper feed

K80 feeds up to a dozen sheets at once

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  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2008

    Deskjet F335 Feeds multiple sheets everytime. I have only used one set of carteidges so this unit is almost new. My only solution is to only load one sheet at a time.....Any ideas?

  • jones5198 Jul 08, 2008

    When printer is not qued to print, it automatically powers on and feeds all the paper in the tray until empty. I've returned to HP for check, but they couldn't find problem. I've uninstalled and reinstalled several times, but problem still not solved.


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My printer keep on flashing 13.20.00 Jam inside Rear Door then open and close door. I checked for any paper jam and there is none. What can be the problem? The printer doesn't print since the attention light started flashing

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I gave the page separator roller a light sanding with fine sandpaper to roughen the surface a bit so it could "grab" the pages more easily (one at a time!) and then used a squeeze bulb blower to blow out any dust. It worked perfectly!

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The paper separator pad is worn out and will need to be replaced. It's a rubber pad that rests behind the paper pickup roller and is supposed to prevent what you're experiencing. Contact your nearest authorized HP repair center.

Posted on May 29, 2007

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If you have tried using different paper stocks and fanned the paper, but your printer is still feeding multiple sheets, there are a few things you can check.
  1. Check the paper tray: Make sure that the paper tray is clean and free from any debris. Also, ensure that the paper is loaded correctly and that the tray is adjusted for the size of the paper you are using.
  2. Check the paper guides: Make sure that the paper guides are adjusted correctly for the size of the paper you are using.
  3. Check the printer settings: Make sure that the printer settings are set correctly for the type of paper you are using.
  4. Check for paper jams: Make sure that there are no paper jams in the printer.
  5. Check the printer rollers: Make sure that the printer rollers are clean and free from debris. If they are dirty, clean them with a soft cloth.
  6. Check the printer driver: Make sure that the printer driver is up-to-date and that it is compatible with your printer.
If after trying these steps, the issue persists, it may be a hardware issue and it would be best to consult the printer's user manual or contact the manufacturer for further assistance.

Hello can you assist I can not figure out why the CX8310 Epson printer won't allow me to feed paper into it.

  • If paper doesn't feed, remove it from the sheet feeder. Reload it against the right edge, behind the tabs, then slide the left edge guide against the paper. Make sure the paper is not in front of the feeder guard.
  • If multiple pages feed at once, remove the paper from the sheet feeder, fan the edges to separate the sheets, then reload it.
  • Don't load too many sheets at once (up to 20 sheets of photo paper, 80 sheets of Premium Bright White paper, or 100 sheets of plain paper).

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    - A margin appears
    on printouts.
    2 B Paper feed
    Improper paper
    - Multi-feeding
    - Skewed paper
    - Paper jam
    - Paper feeding from the
    - Plain paper
    - Highest print speed
    (Custom setting to 5)
    - In the high temperature
    and high humidity
    - In the low temperature
    and low humidity
    - With the maximum
    amount of paper set (13
    In the high temperature
    and high humidity
    environment, paper
    becomes wavy; in the
    low temperature and
    low humidity
    environment, paper
    curls significantly.
    When the maximum
    amount of paper is set
    in the ASF, and if the
    paper-return tab fits in a
    wave or curl of the
    paper, the tab slips and
    does not catch paper
    properly, causing paper
    feed problems.
    - Reduce the amount of
    paper set in the ASF to
    half (approx. 5 mm
    - Multiple sheets of
    paper feed at the
    same time.
    - Paper feeds at an
    - A paper jam
    3 C Print results
    Skewed paper
    feeding (at the
    level of +/- 1%)
    - Paper feeding from the
    - Credit Card size
    Since coaxial tolerance
    between the pinch roller
    and the LF roller, which
    determines the paper
    feed alignment, is
    0.2mm, skewed paper
    feeding can occur.
    However, according to
    the field data of current
    models, the skewness
    level caused by the
    coaxial tolerance of
    0.2mm is within the
    criteria of +/- 1%, thus
    the phenomenon is left
    as is.
    - Align the paper guide to
    the paper edge tighter
    than usual.
    - Paper feeds at an
    - A margin appears
    on printouts.
    4 A Print results
    Soiling on the
    back side of paper
    (lines or streaks
    parallel to the
    paper feed
    - After continuous
    borderless printing of
    small sized paper (such
    as 4 x 6), when a larger
    sized paper (such as A4)
    is printed.
    - With Photo Paper Plus
    Double Sided or
    postcards, the
    phenomenon is likely to
    be noticeable and to be
    complained of by users,
    as printing is performed
    on both sides of such
    In borderless printing,
    printing is performed to
    the size slightly larger
    than the paper size, and
    ink off the paper is
    absorbed by the platen's
    ink absorber. Absorbed
    ink may attach to the
    platen rib(s) after
    several dozen sheets are
    printed, causing soiling
    at the leading edge of
    paper or on the back
    side of paper.
    1. Perform Bottom plate
    cleaning (from the
    MP driver or via the
    operation panel) up to
    3 times*1.
    2. If soiling on the paper
    still remains after 3
    times of Bottom plate
    cleaning, wipe the
    platen rib(s) and their
    surroundings with a
    cotton swab.
    - Paper gets
    - The back side of
    paper gets
    Soiling on paper in
    automatic duplex
    printing (lines or
    perpendicular to
    the paper feed
    - Automatic duplex
    printing (Photo Paper
    Plus Double Sided,
    postcards, plain paper)
    On the rib(s) inside the
    sheet feed unit used for
    duplex printing, ink
    mist may accumulate,
    smearing paper.
    Temporary operational
    Cancel automatic duplex
    printing, and manually
    print each side of paper.
    Cleaning by user:
    1. Perform Bottom plate
    cleaning (from the
    MP driver or via the
    operation panel) up to
    3 times*1.
    - Paper gets
    - The back side of
    paper gets
    - Even after Bottom
    plate cleaning
    was performed,
    and the platen
    ribs were cleaned
    with cotton swab,
    paper gets

    Miss feeds when print multilpe pages

    The paper feed solenoid is sticking, it can be seen thru a hole in the back with the door opened. Not easy to get to, but I have been able to bend the stop tab slightly and run just fine.

    Paper feed

    Have you tried a different brand of paper?. When choosing the paper try and select one which the sheets can slide easily over each other. I had loads of problems with multiple feeds and paper jams with a cheap paper. I then changed to a heavier 90gsm all in one paper from staples and have had no more problems since.(and i just chuck the paper in straight from the packet with no fanning etc)

    HP paper jam

    That is usually caused by the paper feed rollers being cover with paper dust. Take a clean cotton pad and alcohol and clean the rollers :turninig each roller as you clean it. if it has a rear dor, open it to get better access to the rollers.

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    Printer won't feed paper

    Your paper is with excess of moisture. Try to keep the paper in a peper dryer, and do not use to leave the sheets not used in the printer, keep them in a dryer, or a dry place.

    Not printing

    There is probably a paper jam in the tray feed path. The other situation is that the tray paper pick up roller has become hardened/polished, or the paper tray paper is greasy. First step, take the paper from the tray, and fan it out, so each sheet is separated from the next. try it with jut a dozen or so sheets, change the paper.

    Thoroughly check the paper feed path.

    If not working, then check/clean the rollers.

    Automatic Paper feed

    Check the feeder roller inside the printer for any foreign substance stuck to the roller, this may cause it not to grip properly. You can also try a few sheets at a time and make sure the paper tray is gripping the paper, but not too hard. If this fails, the roller may be out of place somewhat, try to reposition it. Let me know how you get on.

    Slower printing speed

    Multiple sheet feeding in any printer can mean many things. Paper roller blockages and jams, wrong paper for printer, too much paper in. Make sure you check right down the back and inside the unit for anh small blocks. This can then cause errors in the printer itself. As it is now printing but slow, the paer issue could be resoved but you may now have driver errors or pc issues. Are you getting any flashing LED lights. Have you checked to see if device is showing errors or functioning correctly. Go to start menu, control panel, performance/main, system, devices, scroll down to your printer, are there any yellow exclamations? Does it say it is working ok?
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