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Removing the paper jam error on Kyocera FS-1016MFP printers

Here you will learn how to remove the paper jams error in the Kyocera FS-1016MFP printer.

In this post, we will talk about the one of the most common error on printers, the paper jam error. All printers have different method to remove the paper jam error, sometimes if it is the same printer series the procedure might work for one series to another. Below we will give you the instruction to remove the paper jam error on Kyocera FS-1016MFP printer.

What causes a paper jam?

A paper jam error usually occurs because of a problem with the role. In general, if you use a paper not adequate for the printer, this paper might cause a paper jam error. Also, if the printer has an input tray, debris or even insect can land in this tray an cause the error. To learn more about what type of payer you should use with your printer please follow the link What kind of paper should I use on my printer. 

We recommend not using paper that has already been used before, be careful when using staples or paper clips close to the printer, make sure nothing fall into the paper tray.

If the paper jam error occurs, stop the printing process and clear the jam. Your printer manual usually has this information, if you can find it visit the official manufacturer website to download the printer's manual.

Please make sure to unplug the printer and let it rest for a couple of minutes before removing the jammed paper to avoid electric shock.

What to do if the paper does not fully eject:

Open the rear door to access the printer and remove the jammed paper, please take a look at the image below.
kyocera printer backdoor
kyocera printer backdoor

Open the front door giving access to the toner

This is where you have to be more careful with the fuser unit, it can burn. Take a look and make sure the paper can be removed in this way, you must remove it carefully from the printer to avoid any further error.

If you can disconnect the power feeder printer, raise the part of the scanner and to the front door giving access to the toner unit.
kyocera remove paper jam
kyocera remove the paper jam
If the error has been removed after removing the toner put everything in place, make sure the paper going into the printer is not wrinkled. If even after removing the pages the error persists, double check to make sure no small piece of paper has been left that is pushing the sensor.



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en.Rellenado: Removing the paper jam error on Kyocera FS-1016MFP printers
Removing the paper jam error on Kyocera FS-1016MFP printers
Here you will learn how to remove the paper jams error in the Kyocera FS-1016MFP printer.
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