What you will see
The printer posts a 241.06 paper jam. This error code will post when the picked paper fails to exit the paper tray.
NOTE: In some cases, the printer starts to print blank pages before it stops and posts the error 241.06.
Improper paper storage such as the one shown in the left-hand image below may cause paper to curl or become wavy as illustrated in the middle image. If the paper has some curl and is loaded in the paper tray so that the curl is toward the bottom of the tray (right-side image), then the paper can stub into the separator roll during the picking process and may not make it out of the tray.
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|The images above show how the media might curl toward the bottom of the tray, thus making it difficult for the printer to pick up sheets and therefore produce a 241.06 paper jam.|
Avoiding paper jams
The following tips should help you avoid most jams and ensure your device's continuous performance.
Make sure the paper isn't wavy, curled, or damaged. If so, flip the media or replace it.
Load your paper properly. Make sure the sheets lie flat in the tray.
Use only recommended paper or specialty media.
Verify that the paper level in the tray is below max fill line.
Make sure the side and rear guides in the tray are set to the correct media size, then load the paper without snuggling the guides against the stacked sheets.
If you are experiencing excessive 241.06 jams, contact Lexmark Technical Support to for additional troubleshooting suggestions.
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