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Cardboard will work just as well as long as it is thin and stiff."Is this likely to be the same for a HP 4500? Don't remove all the filings. On yours there are some rollers at the bottom of the ITB tray which grab the paper and pass it to the registration assembly. Very strange. check over here

Skip to main content Pixelchef.net Main menuHome Contact Ben QR Code Generator Home Blogs northben's blog HP Laserjet 4000 Error 13.2 paper jam HP Laserjet 4000 Error 13.2 paper jam Feb If I remove the seperation clutch it pulls paper just fine, but with it installed it gets a 13.1 there is no sound indicating that it is too tight. Then you have to remove the metal plate behind the formatter assy. 1 screw on the center bottom left of the printer and 2 long screws going down the front left by unknown on Oct 13, 2003 at 6:46am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I have a customers printer that is getting paper jams in tray 2 only.

Hp Laserjet 4050n 13.1 Paper Jam

I did notice that the thick rubber band-looking roller under the toner cartridge looked rather loose. Mostly sensor though. This blog is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking This error is caused by a defective paper control PCA Replace the paper control PCA 13.2 PAPER JAM OPEN INPUT TRAYS Paper-stopped jam at paper-feed area. 1.

My assumption is that it will work ok if you use the manual feeder. Loading... Remove jammed print media from the specified location. Hp Laserjet 4000 Paper Jam An easy fix! - Duration: 7:47.

One, in the fusing unit and second, in the front of the machine behind the MP tray pick up assembly.Fuser First, if you have installed a PM kit or fuser  recently Hp Laserjet 4000 Error 13.1 Paper Jam Press the Power button () to turn off the product. On old models without the updated MP tray pick up assembly you can remove the toner, the black protective cover over the MP  pick up roller, and open the jam cover I have torn this thing apart and put high pressure air thru to try and clean out any dust or paper, but nothing changes.

could there be a dirty sensor somewhere? Hp Laserjet 4000 Paper Jam Rear Door by dmzcompute on Feb 4, 2007 at 6:35am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Thanks, I'll give that a go. In the old position, the tray was hitting the table which was causing it to be out of alignment which in turn caused the 13.1 paper jam error. There is one in the tray and one just like it in the printer in front of the pick up rollers.

Hp Laserjet 4000 Error 13.1 Paper Jam

I got my printer at a thrift store for $25. You have a piece of paper stuck behind tray 1 which means the tray 1 asssembly probably needs to come off. Hp Laserjet 4050n 13.1 Paper Jam You can "mod" the clutch by popping it open, removing approx 1/2 the metal filings you find inside and re-installing it. Hp Laserjet 4000 Error 13.20 Paper Jam It stopped 2/3 into the backposition perhaps due to dust, paper-bits, it's low tension spring or whatever mecanical reason.

Let us know and I can provide part number. check my blog We sell it on the site in the Specials Section. Z7_3054ICK0KGTE30AQO5O3KA30N0 hp-concentra-wrapper-portlet Actions ${title} Loading... The "D" rollers are attached to a shaft that has a linkage at the right end. Hp Laserjet 4100 Paper Jam

Check sensors and flags in the paper path for proper operation. 13.0 PAPER JAM [LOCATION] A non-specific paper jam occurred. 1. Take a file folder rip in half or use something that is a heavy card stock (60 to 80 lb.), remove the cassette tray, toner, and push it up through the By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. this content I also pulled a tray from another 4000 and the problem remains.

When I run a paper path test and look through the back side of the printer to watch the paper, the pickup rollers grab the paper and move it forward about 13.1 Paper Jam Open Input Trays My Account| Cart| Order Status Market Point Search: select Advanced search Read Customer Reviews GSA Contract Schedule Enter Here Need Assistance? If it opens up you might be able to see and gently remove the jam.

If they are worn and they don't pick up the paper you will get a 13.1 and possible that they will pick the paper when you clear the error.

Respond to this 0 Is there any tread left on the feed/sep rollers. Disconnect the power cord from the back of the product. Make sure that no scraps of paper are stuck between the rollers. Hp Laserjet 4050n Paper Jam If it run ok, you have a problem with the pickup assembly behind tray 1.

Close the cartridge door. Scrap of paper in the feed path between the paper cassette and the toner cartridge. Disconnect the power cord from the back of the product. have a peek at these guys The next thing would be to check the paper in the tray.

Then the 2 sides. Page count is 146,000. If it goes ready and only gives a jam when you try to print, remove the tray and clean the little "D" shaped rollers up inside the printer. The metal band around it looks pretty well sealed.The trick with leaving the printer drawer a little bit out does work, but it would be nice to fix the clutch if

Tray 3 feeds one sheet but there's a long pause between the pickup and feeding it through the rest of the printer. (like it's missing a step) and then it resumes Help increase my knowledge by providing some feedback, good or bad, on any advice I have given. Replace any defective sensors or flags. 3. It is possible to damage the product when removing paper from the front.

Anyway, I tried this fix on a 4000, removing about 1/2 of the filings WORKED!Thanks for the tip. by david belton on Feb 21, 2003 at 3:49pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Thanks everyone, for all your help. So where abouts should I find the sensor in the printer?Thanks for all the help and infor. :) RE: Keep getting 13.1 paper jam but no paper is jammed hpwizzard (IS/IT--Management) On the right side is the drive coupler, which is shaped like a black plastic dumbbell (part# RB1-8877).

Moisten a lint-free cloth with distilled or bottled water. Z7_M0I02JG0KONJ30ACBBF8MM1084 hp-hero-support-search Actions ${title} Loading... Country: United States Select a location Americas Europe, Middle East, Africa Asia Pacific and Oceania Select a language Confirm Back Z7_M0I02JG0KOT530A6KJKFRQ0816 hp-detect-load-my-device-portlet Actions ${title} Loading...