Hello; I have a HP LJ 1022 that we just changed cartridges. Upon changing, we get a paper jam that gets about 1/2 way into the printer (up to the cartridge). Jams the same way each and every time, same amount of paper curl, and identical jams.
I initially thought that it was the new cartridge, but when I put the old cartridge back in, it does the exact same thing. So that leads me to believe that it is the printer and not the cartridge.
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If only the triangle light blinks then is because one of the following reasons:
1.The print cartridge door is open.
2.The printer is out of paper.
3.The print cartridge is installed incorrectly. Try opening the door, removing the cartridge and installing it again. It should snap into place.
4.There is a paper jam. Remove the cartridge and check if there is a paper jam.
It sounds like you are having two diffrent problems. I don't think they are associated with each other.
First, the memory supply error. The cartridges on this machine have a chip. The chip could very well be faulty causing this supply error message. Change the black cartridge and see if the message clears. if it dosen't then the antena that reads that chip needs to be replaced. I suspect the cartridge is the problem.
Second, the paper jams. This can be caused by a worn p/u roller as you mentioned. Sounds like the jam happens first then the error, based on your description.
The black thing you refer to on the door is called the "transfer belt assembly".