My copier guy used to tell me to put the paper in my frost free refrigerator
over night. Humidity makes it stick together, and the frost free mechanism
dries out the paper.
Worth a try.
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Inexpensive desktop copier (xerox workcenter x88) -- grabs two
sheets of paper each time, causes error E1.
Works fine -- if you feed each BY HAND.
Copy quality excellent, etc -- only pbm is this sheet-feeding
(Sheet "feeder" is simply same old method all these desktop
machines (printers, copiers, ...) where you put maybe a half-inch
stack of paper into a sort of tray -- tray-chute is probably a
more descriptive term, maybe 20-degrees off vertical.
You put or drop the paper (of course after manipulating (fanning)
it by hand to make sure no two pieces are stuck together, no static
electricity making them stick together, getting it perfectly lined
up, etc) [yes, I know how to do this -- back in early 70's, I
had a 914 (xerox's very first copier) in my living room], and
then carefully placing it down into the chute.
Hit "start", and little grippers grab the top sheet and pull
it into the machine. At least that's what it *used*
But now it grabs two sheets, which less than a second later
jams the machine.
Any idea what kind of fiddling, slight bending, adjusting, etc, it
takes to get it to pick up only a single sheet at a time?
If desired, I can shoot a close-up photo of the mechanism
and upload it somewhere.
And yes, I've googled for eg xerox desktop paper feeder fix (
or repair), and come up with nothing hintwise about fixing
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