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Michael Hannigan
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Category: Printers
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Experience:  25+ Years Experience Computers, Electronics, and Printers - HP, Canon, Xerox, Ricoh, Lexmark, Oki, Ghestner, Konica Minolta, Kyocera, Sharp
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I have a Fuji Xerox CM215FW. It was purchased brand new only

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I have a Fuji Xerox CM215FW. It was purchased brand new only a few months ago and not been used much. It is indicating a paper jam - error 077 900. We have completely cleared the jam and reset the machine and still saying there is a jam. We've also turned it off for a while thinking that might clear it, but no. What do we need to do to get the machine working again?
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Printers
Expert:  Michael Hannigan replied 10 months ago.

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Expert:  Michael Hannigan replied 10 months ago.

It doesn't take much to trigger one of the sensors in this machine. I would give a thorough check to the paper path with a bright light. Then, to the best of your ability, take a piece of card stock or something similar and force it through the paper path in the normal direction of the paper (careful not to pull it backwards). Once that's done, blow it out with air.

If this doesn't help, then it may be a damaged sensor in the paper path that needs to be replaced.

Mike