What you will see
The printer posts a 241.xx paper jam, where ‘x’ stands for any number representing the secondary code of the error; e.g., 241.22, 241.24, 241.06, etc.
Avoiding paper jams
A ‘pre-staged’ media in the paper tray can often lead to 241.xx paper jams. The illustrations below show how both pre-staged media and a properly loaded media stack look in the tray.
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|Proper media stacking||Pre-staged media in tray|
The simple steps below will help you avoid possible paper jam occurrences.
Remove Tray 1 from printer.
Remove media from Tray 1.
Flex, fan, and straighten the sheets before reloading them.
Lay the flexed media back in the tray and ensure the leading edges of all the sheets are flush and not pre-staged.
Note: Do not slide the paper into the tray. Load paper as shown in the illustration below.
Lock tray at the proper setting for your particular media.
Reinsert the loaded tray into your printer.
When a jam occurs, a message indicating the jam location with information to clear it appears on the printer's display. Open the doors, covers, and trays indicated on the display to remove the jam. Should the printer exhibit severe paper jam occurrence, contact Lexmark Technical Support for additional assistance.
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