- Dec 3, 2012
Everything looks normal inside the printer. The pages appear typically spaced, no overlap etc. The pages are feeding as expected. I'm just under the assumption that the printer doesn't realize it's fed the page and so keeps perfectly feeding page after page until a timeout occurs and it erroneously complains of a jam.
So do you or a friend/colleague have the technical ability to determine the device that detects a feed?
Are the innards of the printer very dusty?
I didn't do an exhaustive search, but there doesn't seem to be much freely available service info out there.