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We pull paper tray2 out and push it back in and all is well. Suggestions welcomed. Lesson learned, don't trust parts made in China!!!! - Anonymous have same problem on lj9000.... If the fault recurs look for obstructions such as stray paper fragments or labels.

If not you may have ot remove the tray 1 assembly to access that flag which is left of center on the paper feed assembly. There is a frequent problem with HP solenoids that the anti-residual foam or strip decays leading to mis-timing and misfeeds. Once you have the fuser out, check the fuser's barcode label for the part # and see if the part # matches with your model printer. Adding P4014 refined that to just 9. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/537530/hp-lj-4250-132000-jam-in-tray-2/

by bisawest on Apr 19, 2005 at 10:23am Add comment Please sign in to comment Thanks for your input bisawest and dmz - much appreciated.I posted an earlier reply but it If the rollers were slick, than you might have the same problem. HP estimates average fuser life to last between 150,000 to 200,000 pages; but a fuser can fail much earlier depending on printing conditions, heavy paper jams, and the quality of the For more obscure faults check the printer's diverter and the mechanism called the delivery drive ( RM1-4526). 13.JJ.NT DEVICE WARNING An external device such as a tray sent a warning.

but blew dc controller again....!! I'm guessing I need to adjust the flag that everyone above is mentioning.TIA,Eric by TheEricHarris on Jun 2, 2006 at 8:08am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 i know Jiggled it and it poped back up again. This is, why you have severe paper jams every few hundred pages, depends from your "lock".

Got a start on this problem from a hint from postings by kprinterman and Anonymous. Sales pages on this Web site use cookies to store user information. A common trigger for paper jams is use of inappropriate media - envelopes or labels not rated for laser printers for instance. by unknown on May 30, 2008 at 4:20am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 this is the classic problem, but one other has come up that was defying repair.

by unknown on Apr 20, 2006 at 7:02am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 You may be looking at a bad power supply which is blowing the dc controllers. A small screwdriver then unjammed it. Run the various tests from the diagnostic menu, looking to see the sensors change as they are pushed. The fuser might be hot if you have been using the printer.

One of the rollers has dug into this roller & the plastic is peeling & the printer thinks there is a jam. http://fixyourownprinter.com/posts/28628 replaced controller and tested w/o 2000 sheet feeder installed... by Anonymous on Jul 9, 2008 at 4:50am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 ALCON," bisawest"'s solution regarding a hard board 3" x 10" pushed up through the paper I have had about a dozen of them and when it is stuck hard I have to remove tray 1 to unstick it.

I turned the piece back to its place, and everything is okej. THanks Somuch!! HP suggest possibly replacing the solenoid again. The service manual says "No action is necessary" - obviously if it happens a lot it raises some questions. 13.JJ.NT PAPER JAM OPEN INPUT TRAYS A jam occurred in an input

Restored spring to orginal position. It is black in color and snaps into the paper feed roller. Sign Up Login Add Question unknown asked Dec 16, 2004 at 9:24am 0 HP LaserJet 9000 HP 9000 13.20.00 PAPERJAM ERROR MY LJ 9000 HAS A PAPER JAM ERROR 13.20 BUT Saved me from having to take the whole thing apart (not a pretty sight, whenever I take a printer all the way apart and put it back together I end up

Replaced the spring, have not had a jam since. Register now! error gone and test prints good...reattached 2000 sheet feeder and blew dc controller again...

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by unknown on Jun 17, 2008 at 7:32am Add comment Please sign in to comment Oh... Help. On the barcode you will find an HP part #, check the part# on your fuser to see if it matches in the list below.   If the fuser part# does not Test the DC contollers on another machine to verify if they are bad before ordering another one.

Sorry--Should have looked it up and not relied on my old reel to reel tape type memory. - Anonymous 0 when you remove hvps you dislocated two springs to the fuser. by liem.pham on Sep 27, 2007 at 7:02am Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 Thanks allot, the flag after tray 1 was stuck. by unknown on Jan 11, 2007 at 2:46pm Add comment Please sign in to comment 0 I'm working on a HP 9000 MFP that displays a 13.20 error as soon as The rollers are easily examined - particularly the one in the front of the cassette tray.

Removed that, and now the printer works again. There is more on dealing with paper jams and several diagrams giving ideas what might be causing them here. If the fuser does not click into place you run the risk of wearing out both the fuser and the gears that drive the fuser prematurely. If one of the beams is broken or made when it should not be the printer halts and reports an error. (See WG8-5624), If the printer did not halt when an

Short of replacing parts, nothing that I have done has worked. does anyone have a picture of the flag that's usually the culprit? It was actually a pain to track this down, because the latch is small and flimsy and it was hard to notice it was broken. Because HP use the same error codes across their printer range the result is a collection of recommendations for a miscellaneous range of printers many of them irrelevant.

It tries to initialise but then comes up with the 13.20.00 jam. Feed it up through the tray 2 paper path and see if you can get the paper out of the paper feed sensor. I printed up 1500 pages and no jam.