Solutions to the HP Printer Error Clear Output Tray Area
The following are solutions to the HP printer error clear output tray area:
1. Return the Sensor Flag Rod to Its Original Position
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2. Remove Dirt from the Sensor
How to Remove Dirt from the Sensor
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HP Printer Error Clear Output Tray Area FAQs
What does Output Tray Full mean?
The output tray full means that the output tray of your printer is full.
What is an Output Bin on a Printer?
The output bin on a printer is the area where the print jobs exit the printer after they have been printed.
Why does my HP Printer keep Saying Output Bin Full?
Your HP printer keeps saying output bin full because one of the flaps that hang at the printer’s exit is dislodged, broken, or stuck up.
Where is the Output Bin on an HP Printer?
The output bin on an HP printer is found at the area where paper exits the printer after the print job is completed.
How do I Clear the Jam in my HP Output Bin?
To clear the jam in your HP printer output bin, you need to remove the jammed paper from the output bin.
This link will provide you with further information on how to do this.
What is an Input Tray?
An input tray is a printer’s tray that functions as the printer’s paper source. It is the tray where the paper is loaded into the printer.