| The problem isn't paper jams. It is PHANTOM paper jams.
Maybe. But it's worth checking all the possibilities.
Most printers have alignment maintenance options.
20# paper is too light for some printers. If it were
me I'd also try to check the rollers to see if something
might be on one of them -- increasing or reducing
I'm surprised that no company has come in to
take over the printer industry. The ink is overpriced.
The quality is poor, despite years of technology
development. The cost of good printing is prohibitive.
The machines are junky. Every printer I've had makes
inexplicable noises at random times when it shouldn't
be doing anything.
My current printer is an Epson.
Not great. OK. But it holds me hostage whenever
an ink cartridge gets low, and "low" seems to be a time-
activated thing. I barely use it, yet it regularly "runs out"
of ink. Worse, it won't let me do anything until I replace
the cartridge. My old HP would let me keep printing poor
quality with low black ink, and it would let me print
grayscale if a color cartridge was gone. With the Epson,
if yellow ink runs out and I want to print black I'm
out of luck!