02-25-2009 01:46 PM
Thanks for the help!
02-26-2009 12:10 PM
If all looks well I would replace the pickup rollers for that cassette.
05-11-2010 02:26 AM
07-06-2012 04:02 PM
I kept gettting a message "Jam in paper tray 2 but no paper had fed. I finally fixed it by pulling the stop at the back of the tray all the way forward to the paper, then I put 1 sheet through "paper tray 1" which I had trouble finding, and printing the single page. Paper tray 1 is actually just a slot at the bottom of paper tray 2 on the outside front of the printer. It's working fine now.
07-09-2012 04:14 AM
It would help if new posts were opened rather than the pattern of continuing old ones, I see a lot today that are 5 years + old.
Anyway, the 2600 series is a reduced strategy printer, if the roller is a bit worn then it can be replaced.
Cartridges need removing, then the Pre-transfer guide plate needs removal - this is the black plate at the bottom of the print cavity. 2 screws secure it.
Lift it out .
The pick up roller (RC1-5440-000CN) is held in place by 2 plastic clips, gently release them and remove the pick up roller towards the rear of the printer - the shaft etc mean it only comes out in one direction.
(Don't forget Kudos if people have helped)
05-01-2014 03:44 PM
I cannot get my 2605dn to print from tray2. It prints fine from tray1
It does not respond to the fixes which are given under this subject.
I have swaped the paper tray with a good one, I have swaped the paper jam sensor for a good one, I have removed & replaced the feedwheel rubber - still won't print from 2.
Having taken the right hand side cover off (when viewed from the front), I can see that the solenoid operated latch which holds or releases the feed roller rotation never unlatches. Therefore the feed roller never rotates to feed paper. If I physically unlatch the latch, the printer feeds a piece of paper perfectly. It seems as thought the solenoid operating the latch is not getting a signal to release the feed roller rotation. ANY IDEAS?
05-01-2014 06:46 PM
05-02-2014 02:51 PM
Hi DavidZuts, thanks for the encouragement about the solenoid possibly having gone bad.
Bad news, I replaced the solenoid with a good one from another 2600 machine, solenoid still did not budge. Obviosly the solenoid isn't getting any signal to operate it. So where from here? What could be inhibiting the signal to the solenoid?