HP LaserJet 4200

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Open the front door on the printer. Remove the toner cartridge from the printer. Lift the jam-access cover and slowly remove any jammed paper. Be careful not to tear the paper.
The jam message may vary depending on the location of the page or pages that may be jammed. At times, a related message such as a “13.01 Paper Jammed in Tray 2” which indicates that the paper did not arrive at the pre-feed sensor (PS102) in the amount of time allotted by the DC Controller.
Tray 1 is the small slot in the front for manually feeding paper. The paper cassette which holds the paper and slides out is called tray 2.
Open Tray 1 by grasping the handles on the left and right side of the tray and pulling down. Slide out the tray extension. For long paper, flip out the tray extension to support the paper. Press down on the tab on the right paper guide, and then spread the paper guides to the correct size.
Improve printer performance by selecting the optimum paper type for the tray. You can select from the following paper types: Tray 1. [Thin Paper], [Thick Paper 1], [Thick Paper 2], [Plain Paper], [Recycled Paper], [Color Paper], [Preprinted], [Prepunched], [Letterhead], [Bond Paper], [Cardstock], [Label Paper]
On the Windows taskbar, click the Windows icon ( ), and then click Devices and Printers. Right-click your product, and then select Printing Preferences. From the Printing Preferences menu, select Paper/Quality. From the Paper Source drop-down menu, select Tray 2.
Printer is an output device that allows a user to print items on paper, such as letters and pictures. 1. It is used for printing a text. 2.
Open the System Setup menu, and then open the Paper Setup menu. Select the tray that you want to configure. Select Paper Type, and then select the desired paper type for the tray. Select Paper Size, and then select the desired paper size for the tray.
Paper is housed in the printer`s paper tray, and most trays can be found along the bottom of the printer. There is usually a small notch on the face of the tray that pulls out so you can insert the paper. Within the paper tray, you will notice a guide that can be adjusted to fit your preferred paper length.
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Sometimes a paper jam error persists even though there is no jammed paper (false paper jam). Reset the printer, which might clear a false paper jam error, and then try to print again. With the printer turned on, disconnect the power cord from the printer. Unplug the power cord from the power source.
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Make sure you stir the pot very frequently during this period. Adding marbles will help the mixture avoid sticking, but the stirring is the most important thing, once the mixture starts to simmer or boil. Every 10 minutes is best.

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hp 8600 pro when power on, paper jam message appear but there is no paper jam in the tray
ANSWER : Hp 8180 Photosmart All In One code keeps says paper jam and carriage jam when neither are jammed. I followed all the recommended things to do. I live in Raleigh NC any place to take this or any suggestion.

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Paper jam in tray 2 (but no paper pulled from tray) also M476DN models
ANSWER : Isopropyl alcohol is not recommended for rubber rollers. It dries out the rubber and hasten it’s cracking and breaking. It will do nothing to restore the grip. Those rollers are really hard to replace. It would be easy if that dumbass secondary menu really worked. None of the techs I’ve spoke to ever got into it. Everyone I know sends a print job and listens for the roller to rotate into position where you can pull it off.

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My printer feeds through one piece of paper all the way and then a half piece of paper and stops. I pull out the paper to stop the paper jam and then it prints but sounds rough. After printing, it doesn't feed the paper all the way through.
ANSWER : And the first 2 sheets, the full and half sheet that go through first, are blank.

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Tray 1 (upper tray) paper feed problem
ANSWER : There is no way of adjusting the distance of lift. Could be that the pickup roller is worn enough that it will pick up a sheet that is higher, but not one that is lower down. You can look at the end of the roller that first makes contact and see if it is worn smooth.

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Paper Jam and carriage jam code when nothing is jammed
ANSWER : Did you try cleaning the encoder strip that runs through the cartridge assy.? Use Window Cleaner on a paper towel. Also, check inside on the right. I’ve seen a lot of times where there is a folded up scrap of paper that stops the carriage from going all the way to the right.

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Paper Jam error but no paper jam
ANSWER : Obviously you didn’t get all the paper cleared out. There is a small scrap in the paper path causing the jam when the paper hits it. You can try clearing it out by inserting something stiff like a piece of file folder from the back of the printer into the paper path and pushing the offending piece out that way.

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Paper Jam Tray 1
ANSWER : Tray No. 1 (the feeder) has to be either FULLY closed or FULLY down, down to about a 45 degree angle. Then hit the OK button and it should Initialize and start working. This solution is for when there is actually NO paper jamming the printer.

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HP LaserJet 4200 paper jam fix
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