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This occurs when the uptake rollers get slick due to paper dust and dirt. When the paper doesn't enter the printer on time, it detects a misfeed and ejects the paper. This happens for the two 3000s that I use. The only method I know for a work around is to give the paper a nudge by hand at the moment the uptake rollers grab. Cleaning the rollers helps me temporarily, sometimes only for a few sheets. I'm hoping to find a sticky compound, like a liquid form of PostIt note adhesive to give the rollers a better grip. Maybe there is a sensor inside the printer that is contaminated which could lead to this problem? But this is just a guess. Wire on 6/12/02 3:32 PM, Terry Wyse at email@example.com wrote: > Got a client with a 3000 that just keeps feeding/ejecting paper straight > thru the printer. We've tried several things but it will only stop and print > about 1 sheet for every 3-5 that it passes straight thru. I need to buy a > clue! > > Thanks, > Terry > _____________________________ > Terence L. Wyse > Color Management Specialist > All Systems Integration, Inc. > http://www.allsystems.com > firstname.lastname@example.org > _____________________________ > > > Sent using the Entourage X Test Drive. > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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