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Re: Paper comes out in a rolled fasion
I guess what you mean is the paper curls when it comes out. It's most likely that the paper is cold and a bit moist, then once it goes through the transfuser (a very hot module inside the printer that settles the toner onto paper) and with the tensions on rollers, the heated surface expands and causing the paper to curl. And thicker paper will have more effect than normal papers.
Try keep storing your paper in a dry location (but without sunlight).
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Use your fingers to rotate the rolls until the paper rolls out -try to pull the paper out slowly next time it usually will roll out sorry to sound condescending but it will 90 times out of 100 come out without tearing.
Hi, is the paper rolled around the fixing assy, or goes out rolled?
If it comes out rolled these means that you have too much moisture on paper used for printing. In paper tray flip the paper upside down. If now the paper comes relatively OK, open fresh package of paper.
Unplug the power cord and open the cover and remove toner and try to look I inside around the roller and try to manually roll the roller and if you can see the paper try to pull is slowly. Have a nice day and do not forget to rate please...!
41.5 is a paper feed error, take out the paper tray and clean the rubber roller above where the paper goes with a cloth just damp with water. Dirt on that roller will stop it from picking up the paper.
this sounds like a bad black ink cart, or the fuser rolls built into the printer are dirty.
you can swap out a black cart to test that theory, you can also just print a single blank page (no text or graphics) onto a piece of glossy paper and see if there is anything there after its gone thru the printer.
if the piece of paper has stuff on it it had to come from the rollers inside the printer.
service required,unless your comfortable changing out parts in your printer.