Question about Lexmark X1270 All-In-One InkJet Printer
The paper is feeding wonky! the roller is on the right is pulling the paper to the right but there is nothing to pull the paper on the laeft side so it is not feeding and I cannot print anything. Brand new printer has worked last 4 times of printing. Help! Thanks
Check to see if the roller has a paper jam. Please contact me back so i can help you further if it is not a jam
Posted on Sep 23, 2007
Toss the canon. Mine last two have died like that... one after 1.5 years, this newest 4300Pix after only a few months. Starts to feed the paper crooked, seems like there is a jam, but never one, no paper jammed. Product control is terrible with most printers now.
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
Re-install the driver make sure that it is set for tractor feed not A4
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
Hi, I'm having exactly the same problem with my lexmark x1270. I've checked and i cant't find any jammed paper in the printer! The roller appears to be moving fine so i'm very confused! Can anyone help further?
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
Is the jam in the
Document Feeder (ADF)?
the printer? To automatically eject the paper:
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
I have a Canon PRIXMA 190, it's a couple months old and I hardly use it and when I do it's fine... until now. It too has formed this habit of pulling the papers in to the right corner. Why they don't have this magic paper pulling roller in the center so it grabs the whole page I don't know. The more I have this problem I begin to believe it's designed so we have to, as someone else mentioned, "get a new one."
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
Cassette (Tray 2) paper pickup and feed rollers
To remove the paper pickup and feed rollers
1 Remove the cassette.
2 Locate the two rollers on the bottom of the paper pickup unit (above the cassette). The pickup
roller is the smaller roller, and the feed roller is the larger roller.
3 Pinch the tab on the end of the cassette pickup roller (callout 1), and pull the roller out.
4 Pinch the tab on the end of the cassette feed roller (callout 2), and pull the roller out.
Figure 6-24 Removing the cassette pickup and feed rollers
Note Always replace the cassette pickup roller and the cassette feed rollers at the same time. Also replace
the separation roller (located in the paper cassette) when replacing these rollers
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