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My paper tray will not slide out to refill

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  • Anonymous Sep 21, 2021

    hitch up horse team and harness and pull now?
    try wiggling it?
    is this 8x11 paper, not told that and matters.
    page 56 see that warning there.

    Dell 2230d ,it just pulls out unless jammed or doing it wrong.
    https://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-p...

    do not pull..,. bla bla.

  • Anonymous Sep 21, 2021

    many printesr have locks on the try so not yanked out mid sessions, scan or print, or copy
    or if you did the frail parts inside are wrecked. fool proofing,?
    turn off the printer first, even remove AC cord first?
    if still jammed it must be service or stripping fully down find out what is failing.

  • Anonymous Sep 25, 2021

    so true do not force it or it will break
    unplug the thing from the wall AC for 15min see it if releases.
    look of paper jams , super bad. it happens .

  • Anonymous Sep 27, 2021

    jam or is normal, turned on.
    some printers (lock) trays in process, so turn off the printer and be gentile . most cheap printers these parts are super FRAIL, being just cheap thin plastic.
    did you get and read the manual first, or just assume it is simple force out by hand deal

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but using some detective skills I've decided you are using a HP machine

Yup Dirty damaged worn feed roller but what model machine is it they are all different but pull out tray 2 cassette all the way and look in, there is probally a cylinder like rubber roller 5cm wide front centre of where cassette slides in, there might be roller on the cassette too at the front center as well.

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