While printing plastic labels one sheet of the labels became jammed. I was able to pull most of the sheet out but can still see several bunched up together from the back of the printer. Please help! Any suggestions as to how to un-jam the labels!
They are stuck in the fuser unit, try to take out the toner cartridge to see if you can get it from their. if not you may have to call for service help. you have to take the back of the machine apart and take out the fuser unit to get out the lables. sorry that i didnt have better help.
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Try putting more than one sheet of labels in the paper tray. Even if you're printing one label, it helps the printer grab the paper without that error somehow. If you're already using more than one sheet, I don't know. Good luck either way!!! :)
Step 1 : Change the print settings The print settings of the HP All-in-One can be customized to handle nearly any print task. Before changing the print settings, decide whether to change the settings for the current print job only, or to make the settings the default for all future print jobs. How print settings are displayed depends on whether to apply the change to all future print jobs or just to the current print job Change the print settings for all future jobs: In the HP Solution Center, click Settings , point to Print Settings , and then click Printer Settings . Make changes to the print settings and click OK . Change the print settings for the current job: On the File menu in the software program, click Print . Make sure that the HP All-in-One is the selected printer. Click the button that opens the Properties dialog box.Depending on the software program, this button might be called Properties , Options , PrinterSetup , or Printer . Select the appropriate options for the print job by using the features available on the Paper/Quality , Finishing , Effects , Basics , and Color tabs. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box.Click Print or OK to begin printing. Step 2 : Print with 210 x 297 mm (8.5 x 11 inch) labels The HP All-in-One can be used with any software program designed for printing. This document contains basic information about using the HP All-in-One to print on labels using a software program. For additional information, such as printing a poster, printing multiple pages on a single sheet, and more, see the onscreen Help that came with the HP software. Follow these steps to print on labels: ·Make sure to load labels in the input tray.Always use letter or A4 label sheets designed for use with HP inkjet devices (such as HP inkjet labels). ·Make sure the labels are no more than two years old. Labels on older sheets might peel off when the paper is pulled through the HP All-in-One, causing paper jams.
Fan the stack of labels to make sure no pages are sticking together.Place a stack of label sheets on top of full-size sheet of plain paper in the paper tray, label side down. Do not insert labels one sheet at a time.
On the File menu in the software program, click Print .Select the HP All-in-One as the printer.To change settings, click the button that opens the Properties dialog box.
Select the appropriate options for the print job by using the features available on the Paper/Quality , Finishing , Effects , Basics , and Color tabs.
Click OK to close the Properties dialog box. Click Print or OK to begin printing.
Follow these steps to remove a paper jam: 1. Press the Resume button. If the paper jam does not clear, then go to the next step. 2. Turn off the printer. 3. Remove the rear access door. Press the handle to the right, and then pull out the door.
4. Remove any paper that is inside the printer by pulling it out from the back of the printer. If you are printing labels, verify that a label did not become detached from the label sheet while passing through the printer. 5. Replace the rear access door securely. 6. If the paper jam cannot be removed from the back of the printer, raise the printer cover, remove the paper jam from the front of the printer, and then lower the cover. Caution Remove the paper jam carefully as it is possible to damage the printer when removing paper from the front. 7. Turn on the printer, and then press the Resume button. 8. Reprint the document. Note If paper jams occur frequently, try using a heavier paper. See the reference guide for paper weight specifications.
I suggest you get a sheet of Card Stock (Heavy
paper) and place it in the feed way. Then press the print
button applying a slight amount of pressure on the Card Stock so it
will feed through the printer. The reason for this is in some cases I
have been able to clear the paper track of debris that was deposited there
Worth a try, as I have fixed a number of printers this
way, saving costly repairs.
Hope this helps.Bud
Hi, I have a HP Photosmart 8050. Runs good till Now. 1, ONE Sheet of paper Jamed. THe RED Light Keeps Blinking Like crazzzy. I unhooked it to re-boot. It says Print Cartridge Cradle is stuck. Clear Jam & press OK. Iv'e [email protected]@KED 4 anything. Nothing in way. I took the ONE sheet out. Still Nothing. It's Like my X-wife. 1 item wrong and a Bunch of ****. New Ink. Got Milk. Oh wrong Commercial. Got Fix. Retired Handi-capped sanior, Ron
I just bought the 5860 and have this issue right out of the gates. I discovered that the back lid causes the paper jam when using the bottom tray while examing with a flash light during a print job. I dislodged the back plate/lid (same lid you remove to pull paper jam out) out about 10mm and fastened the lid loosely to the back with a piece of tape on each side. The paper from the bottom tray does not slam against the back of the printer any more, thus more freedom of movement and no jams. Just successfully printed an 80 page document. You shouldn't have to do this with a new printer but I got it so cheap with all the rebates that I'm going to keep it and live with this fix. To sum up, the problem is a design flaw where the removable back plate is snapped in too tightly and contacts the bottom tray paper roller (& paper) during a print cycle. To fix you need to clear the path by pulling the back lid out slightly and taping each side with scotch tape to 'suspend'the back plate out about 10mm.