05-08-2013 12:27 PM
Here you go; this video should help you:
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08-06-2013 03:14 PM
Try this video for specifics on the HP Photosmart 6520 e-All-in-One printer:
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10-26-2013 12:33 PM
I have a paper feed problem with my one year old HP 6510. If I load more than one sheet into the paper tray, it tries to feed several at a time. It makes a clicking sound while feeling. Of course there is a major paper jam at that point. The first time I had a paper jam, I was not able to remove the paper in the normal way. I had to remove it from the bottom of the printer. Since that time I have had this problem. I am willing to take it apart but would certainly like to have a picture of just how to remove parts without breaking or damaging them. I was trying to find a schematic of the inside but haven't been able to. Any suggestions.
10-28-2013 05:30 PM
I have an HP 6510 all in one just turned one year old. I had a paper jam and couldn't figure out a way to get the paper out except through the bottom. Ever since then, the paper feed isn't working correctly. If I only put one sheet in the paper tray at a time,all is well. But that is just not good for me. If I put 2 sheets in, it feeds them both at one time. 3 sheets the same and then there's another paper jam. I've gone though all the paper jam solutions but that isn't exactly my problem. I have considered taking the machine apart but don't know exactly what I'm looking for. I've read about the BAA and other parts you mentioned, but I need a schematic to go by to find it. Hopefully you can help me. Thanks in advance.
11-29-2013 01:30 PM
When I attempt to print with my HP7250 printer, the paper jams in the rear of the printer in the upper level of the paper path. How do I open the printer to find the cause of the jam? The paper seems to encounter an obstruction as it is feeding through the mechanism. I am a "mostly retired" engineer and have no problem with the disassembly of electromechanical devices.
12-03-2013 07:49 AM
I would like to help you find the cause of the paper jam. I do not have instructions or HP supporting documentation to help you disassemble the printer, but you can use this document to help clear or prevent a paper jam. ** 'Paper Jam' Message Displays on the All-in-One
Load no more than 100 sheets of 75 g/m2 paper (or a 0.5 inch stack) in the input tray.
Load paper in the input tray so that it lies flat.
Do not force paper too far forward in the input tray.
Do not keep more than 50 sheets of paper in the output tray.
Remove printed paper from the output tray frequently.
Do not add paper while the product is printing.
Make sure that the output tray is correctly installed.
Make sure that the two-sided printing accessory (duplexer) is securely fastened in the back of the product.
Make sure that the paper guides are not pushed up so tightly against the paper that the paper bends in the tray.
Slide the paper-width guide against the left side of the paper. Slide the paper-length guide against the end of the paper.
Prevent curled or wrinkled paper by storing all unused paper flat in a resealable bag.
Do not combine different paper types and paper sizes in the input tray.
Use only the paper types recommended for your product.
Do not use paper that is too thin or too thick for the product.
Do not use extremely smooth, shiny, or coated papers unless they are specifically designed for your product.
Do not use multi-part forms (such as duplicate or triplicate forms).
Do not use curled, bent, wrinkled, torn, or creased paper, or any paper that will not lie flat.
Do not use paper that has been printed on before.
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