When my laser all-in-one still didn't feed paper correctly, after spending
like $23 for new separation pads and roller, I dumped the all-in-one and
the replacement does not have a fax or paper feeder. (Just scanner, copier
and printer.) I have another printer with the fax and feeder (though I
never got its fax to send), so no need for them here.
I'm not into the hassles of shipping. I gave my near new toner cartridge
away on the local Craig's List.
Don. www.donwiss.com (e-mail link at home page bottom).
From many different printers I owned HP gave most paper jams and paper
trouble in general. Maybe it has something to do with their design(paper
path) My last printer was Canon Pixma series MP990, a good photo printer
for home use, I recall I never had any paper related trouble. Now moved
onto Brother laser MFC, no paper related problem. It just chugs along
with cheap paper I buy by the box at Wall mart.
My last HP was a Deskjet 1000. Frequent 'Out of Paper' IIRC when it
wasn't. Same with a Canon Pixma MG3122. Both are in the corner gathering
dust. I used to buy HP all the time too. No problems with previous
printers for some 30+ years. I do have an ancient LJIII that I really
should fix - paper pickup jams. But just don't print much anymore.
Now I have a Brother HL2240 laser. For now, I'll stick with Brother.
Good printers seem to be scarce these days.
You know it's time to clean the refrigerator
when something closes the door from the inside.
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