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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Re: kodak series 3 printer dock station
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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if you have kids, then you may have something such as a band-aid or such stuck in the rollers, try using a 8 1/2 x 11 inch piece of poster paper and run it thru the machine to get it (or other things like bottle caps) unstuck.
Unlatch and pull out the paper tray. Try pulling out the sheets in the middle of the "half stack" first. You should have less friction there. While you have the paper tray out, examine the rectangular cork paper separator strip on the right-hand side of the back corner. If it's worn or missing, that would explain how the jam got started.
2) Paper does not reach the sensor in the time allotted.
A simple test is to put a mark on the next page that should be pulled from the paper tray. If the paper is pulled from the tray, you will find it inside the printer. If the paper fails to feed, it will be sitting in the tray where you marked it.
I read this solution to a problem someone else was having which was similar to my problem. I wiped off the roller with a damp cloth, made sure it was dry and that's all it took to allow the roller to be able to start to pull the paper through. - thanks for the help!
are you using the right type of paper? also check to make sure there is no paper stuck in the back or the top rollers, make sure printer isn't dirty, if the rollers are dirty clean them with a damp cloth, reset the printer. if these simple Troubleshooting steps don't work you might have to call your warranty company if you have a warranty on the printer. also if there is paper stuck then get the paper out and reset the printer as i said before
try this no promises
unplug the power cord for 5 sec
paper should feed out after resetting
DONT EVER PULL ON THE PAGE WITHOUT THE MACHINE EXITING IT FIRST. THE TABS ON THE END OF THE PAPER BREAKS OFF INSIDE THE PRINTER DOCK.
check the back of the dock for the photo to eject as well as the front.
check paper size with new one after it exits to make sure no extra pieces are stuck in printer. good luck
DONT PULL ON PAGE JAM (UNPLUG FIRST(RESETS THE PAGE OUT THE BACK/FRONT))
First of all pull out the paper jam cover - is behind the printer with a clock-like handle. Pull it out and check for any paper or other objects. If U dont see anything try to manualy rotate the black rubber rollers and check for that noise. Locate it and try to describe what you see.