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hp officejet 8600 plus main paper tray stuck

I took the top (main) paper tray out and adjusted it for evelopes.  When I tried to put it back in, it stuck, it seems on the right side.  Now I can't get it to go all the way in or out.  The printer is useless unless I can get this paper tray unstuck. 

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Re: hp officejet 8600 plus main paper tray stuck

Hello,

 

Please Lift the cover of the ADF ( Top feeder ) until it stops.
Now Close the ADF cover ( you might have to apply a little pressure ).

 

If issue persists, contact HP Technical Support for further assistance.

 

If you are in US , the toll free # is 1-800-474-6836 .

If you are not in US , then log on to www.hp.com , at bottom-left corner there is a world map icon, click on it and then select the region you belong to, which would then provide support options for you for that region.

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Re: hp officejet 8600 plus main paper tray stuck

Hello,

 

Please Lift the cover of the ADF ( Top feeder ) until it stops.
Now Close the ADF cover ( you might have to apply a little pressure ).

 

If issue persists, contact HP Technical Support for further assistance.

 

If you are in US , the toll free # is 1-800-474-6836 .

If you are not in US , then log on to www.hp.com , at bottom-left corner there is a world map icon, click on it and then select the region you belong to, which would then provide support options for you for that region.

Regards,
Jabzi

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Re: hp officejet 8600 plus main paper tray stuck

The tray on my printer seemed to be stuck on the left hand side. I had removed all the paper and experimented with locking down the metal paper support and releasing it, plus moving the side paper width adjusters right in, all to no avail. I freed the tray by inserting a six inch plastic ruler down the left hand outside of the tray and wiggling the tray / ruler until the ruler could go right down the left hand side where it freed whatever was catching on the way. I think it was the left hand of the metal paper support.

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Re: hp officejet 8600 plus main paper tray stuck

I wanted to add my own solution for this as none of what other people described worked for me and I became very frustrated as well!! 

 

I finally figured out what the problem was and hopefully sharing this will help one of you also.

 

I unplugged the printer and put it upside down onto a nice carpeted area.  I then proceeded to take the entire tray out of the printer b/c it was literally stuck... wouldn't go in and wouldn't come out.  I gently got it completely removed from the printer.  I then realized that there are two tabs at the back of the tray... one on each side... where if you had a full stack of paper in the tray, they would have layed down on their own.  One side was stuck (the right side).  I used my fingers to press this internal area of the tray down (so both tabs at the back (inside the tray) were now flush with the bottom and then proceeded to put the tray back into the printer.  Once the tray was reinstalled, I carefully only opened it about one inch and slid the paper into the tray and closed the drawer.

 

Hope this helps some of you!!

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