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Kodak series 3 printer dock station

The paper was getting jammed and when i got in unstuck the printer will not pull the paper in the machine. its no software problem, its the dock itself. can you tell me how to make the rollers work again to pull the paper in? what should i be looking for?

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  • Rosanne0401 Aug 10, 2007


  • Rosanne0401 Aug 16, 2007

    how do i ck for the paper sensor damage? i will try to reload and see what happens.

  • Anonymous Oct 21, 2008

    Cleaned the roller with rubbing alcohol it took paper in and then said jammed. At first it would tell me out of paper.

    Removed paper that was supposed to be jammed & now it does nothing.

  • SS_Camaro_99 Jan 02, 2009

    Every time I try and print with my Series 3 Docking station printer it tells me paper jam on the screen of me C330 Camera that is docked on it.  I pulls the paper in and spits it out the back them tells me there is a paper jam.



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A very small piece of the paper you pulled out could be lodged somwhere. Very carefully check for this, with a torch! You would be surprised how small a piece can be left behinfd and cause havoc. How do you know it is not a software problem as well. You can have more than one issue amd one can mask the other. Do try reinstalling with pc. Your paper sensor may have been damaged too. This would reult in no paper pulled in, as it cannot sense it is there. Never jam or force paper in as this can also damage the sensor and feeder. You will not know if it is the sensor until you eliminate all else.

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