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There might be something loged between the pickup gears. I would suggest bringing it in to a qualified printer repair shop to have it looked. it might be a simple staple or lint that's jamming the gears.
Where is it jamming, which draw are you using have you tried different draws or the by pass tray? Does it jam when copying versa printing? Have the draw rollers been cleaned? jamming in the fuser the hot part or under the drum before the fuser?
FYI... The copier will show a jam for 3 reasons. 1 Paper never got to the sensor, 2 Sensor sees paper there all the time or 3 Paper doesn't arrive at the right time. Alot of times paper feed rollers are dirty or worn, often ignored and overlooked, and these will give intermittant jams that show up anywhere in the paper path, often looking like a differant problem. Sometimes sensors are dirty with paper dust and will show a jam when there isn't one, in which case a can of compressed air is good to blow them out. Question, is this jamming out of all drawers and bypass or just one drawer. This would help in eliminating possibilities. Good luck, let me know if you have more questions. Please rate this. Thanks
I have worked for Lanier for 20 years, the 6725 was a great machine, but getting parts, spending $$$ and still having an old copier. Lanier is owned by Ricoh and all machines are Ricoh with a Lanier sticker on it. Its time.
-Carl, please let me know if this helps.