In article <p-lefebvre-36265D.17485106082003reader1.news.rcn.net>,
Phil Lefebvre <p-lefebvreGOnorthwestern.edu> wrote:
The problem could be that the rollers have gotten hard and slick with> I just picked up a StyleWriter 2200 and would like some help getting it
> working. When I press and hold the power button to print a test sheet,
> the printer powers on and makes the usual noise, but almost immediately
> grunts then fails to grab the paper and turns on the error light,
> indicating a misfeed.
> I presume the paper feed mechanism is defective. Anyone have suggestions
> on how to fix it, or can point me to a source of the service manual?
age and are slipping which the printer senses as a paper jam. You might
be able to lightly sand the rollers with fine sandpaper to restore the
grip. There's also a product called Platen Clean which might be
available from an office supply. It's a tub of premoistened pads with a
cleaning solution that cleans and restores typewriter rollers.
There's also this site:[url]http://fixyourownprinter.com/[/url]
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