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Brother hl 1440 paper jam

When i try to print something it's pulling paper 2 inches and after that paper jam

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  • Anonymous Nov 28, 2007

    Paper jammed. Ready and alarm lights both flashing. Fed paper in slot in front of printer. It took the paper and then jammed. How do I get inside to remove the paper? What is the purpose of the slot in the front of the printer?

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    won't turn on (no lights on) after paper jam

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Clean the paper feed tires with some alcahol. they are located in the upper part of the machine when you pull out the paper tray. they are gray in color. if that does not work the feed tires may need replaced.

Posted on Nov 02, 2007

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Cleaning the grey roller head worked!! Many thanks. I love my 1440-- it just keeps on going.

Posted on May 07, 2008

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Laser Printer HL-1440

Hi , The error message your getting refers to the following for the Ready & Alarm Buttons Flashing.

1. Paper Jam
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I hope this helps!!
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