unknownasked Oct 10, 2000 at 7:15pm
4si Input Jam.
into the printer okay, but gets hung up in an accordion type position underneath the pivoting metal plate in the front of the printer. There are two plates, and the paper is jammed underneath the bottom one, just before it makes it to the next roller assembly.
Sorry, I don't know the technical names of the parts, but I hope my description is enough to tell you what I'm getting at.
What can I do?
No small bits of paper or the like are evident, but I suppose it couldn't hurt to tear it down and make absolutely sure.
Thanks for the responses, I appreciate it, and if you have any more insight, that'd be appreciated as well.
I'll pull it back out tomorrow and clean the rubber rollers just to make sure that they're not the culprit. Anything else I should look out for?
Thanks a bunch!
Or pull the whole duplexor out and clean the various rollers. I think it's a few screws in the back, 4 screws on the duplexor itself, then it pulls right out. I bet it's a haven for dust-bunnies.
I'll take a look at the duplexer unit itself and see what I can find, though, just in case that is the problem. Thanks for the advice.
Anyone have any suggestions ideas or suggestions on other things that I can try?