While I do not have the solution to our problem, I discovered another paper try below where the printed paper comes out.
Close the door to block where the paper would come out if it successfully printed, and look below that, you will find that you can pull out another paper tray. Adjust the little plastic paper guides inside, and your printer will use that paper.
Temporary solution, let me know if you figured out how to fix the problem with it rolling the paper through, just reply/post back to this message. Mine was working perfectly yesterday, and just started that grinding noise today. I've only had it for a couple months, too.
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either the compressor unit seals are damaged or you have a hole in the inflatable section either way it is not an easy fix and as they have come down in price dramatically over the past year i would suggest buying a new model & chucking this one away
This is a firmware issue with this printer model, and is fairly common. Try the following: remove both of the print cartridges, close the lid, wait for any noises to stop, and pull the power plug out of the back of the printer while it is still on. Wait at least 10 minutes with the cord disconnected. Plug the power back into the printer, wait for the noises to stop, and then reinstall the cartridges, black first (very important), and then the color. This will force the printer to reload its ram memory and should take care of the glitch. Let me know if you need further assistance, as I would like to be sure your problem is fixed.
there maybe some obstruction on the paper path, inspect visually any sign of abnormality in this area, replacing the ink would not cause this.
it is touching something thats why t is crooked, either small piece of paper, dirt, caked ink, or hardened ink on the roller, feeding unit may have some plate mis adjusted, misaligned feeeding tray as well. try this
HP PSC 1600 and 2350 Series - Paper Jam or Paper Feed Problems"
When the all-in-one detects a paper jam, the following message appears: Paper jam: Press OK to continue . The computer might display the following message: There is a paper jam (or misfeed). Clear the jam and press the Enter, Resume or OK button on the HP PSC.
This document will assist in correcting paper-feed problems such as paper jamming, print slanting, and multiple pages feeding into the all-in-one.
Clearing paper jams