09-22-2009 10:12 PM
What kind of printer is it? If you remove the rear cleanout, can you see straight through the paper path?
09-30-2009 01:46 PM
09-01-2010 04:10 AM - edited 09-13-2010 02:37 PM
The paper used for printing should not be wet, torn or folded from any side as this can cause paper jam, hence resulting in carriage jam. Also, use only one type of paper at a time while printing. The paper should be added to the In-tray only when the printer is not in use. Make sure not to overfill the In-tray. get more help for [Text removed. Hope this helps you.
09-04-2010 04:16 AM
I too am have the same problem. PAPER JAM message . have checked everything and there is no paper jammed. Printer is a Officejet J4680 all in one. Printer is reasonably new and only 1 year old
09-04-2010 12:46 PM
01-18-2011 04:56 AM - last edited on 01-18-2011 08:19 AM by WendyM
The paper jam message take place then only when the paper sensor flag is tripped although the printer thinks there should be no paper. The evident reason is that the paper has tripped the flag.
09-20-2011 12:44 AM
I have a HP Officejet Pro 8500 Premier. I was copying a few sheets automatically when I ran out of paper on the last page to be copied. When I loaded the printer with paper the sheet jammed. I removed the rear cleanout and tried to remove the sheet, but it tore off and a small portion is stuck in the printer. I can see it from the front and can grab it with tweezers, but it will not come out. Is there anyway to clear this paper jam?
09-20-2011 10:24 AM
I have two suggestions:
One: yank and pull on the paper for all you are worth. As long as you aren't stabbing other parts of your printer, you won't be damaging it by yanking paper.
Two: Pull the plug, then plug it in again. Because you put the printer into an unknown state, it will go through a sequence which will likely spit out the paper chunk.
I hope this works!