If you are looking for how to repair printer rollers go to ehow.com where you will find step by step instructions on repairing printer rollers. What you need to know about printer rollers is that they are controlled by your printer’s page size capacity for printing. If you are printing something online and your printer is not set up to accomodate the size printing job, your printing will stop and you will have a back up in queue printing jobs. You might think that has something to do with your printer. The point is that before you go to repairing your printer’s rollers, make sure that there is not something else wrong with your printer to make it stop pulling paper or even printing.
You can check by cancelling your printing jobs in queue. Then turn off your printer. Turn your printer back on and check to see if it is resetting itself.
Another check is to look inside your printer at the rollers themselves. If you see paper stuck in the rollers, you obviously have a paper jam. You can try pulling the paper out if hitting the ok button doesn’t work. You are better off to cancel your print jobs and see if the rollers will not release the jam by themselves. If the problem is that you think your rollers have worn out, you can get to your rollers from under the paper tray or from behind. Most printers have their own size replacement rollers that you can buy to replace old worn out rollers. If you think that the rollers in your printer don’t look worn out but dirty, you can wipe them clean with some cotton dunked and squeezed out with witch hazel and might cause less bleeding in your printer when started again. To repair your printers rollers first check to see if something else isn’t causing the problem and then clean them.