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Check all the paper movement from the tray, left or right cover, front cover, if so then remove jammed paper. Otherwise the paper sensor spring guide missing or fell off from its original position. Check carefully where the sensor locate. paper sensors detect all the paper movement in the machine during copying or printing, so locate the place in the machine which the paper usually jammed, see the screen of the machine, it will locate the place where the paper jammed mostly. Sensor not return to it original position that is why ( remove paper jam keeps blinking)
There might be something loged between the pickup gears. I would suggest bringing it in to a qualified printer repair shop to have it looked. it might be a simple staple or lint that's jamming the gears.
I had this problem and someone on Fixya solved it. Open the back cover and slide the guide slightly. If it's off center it won't work and gives you the jam message even though there's no jam. It solved it instantly.
This is near the exit area right before copy exits into the tray or sorter It appiles heat and pressure to the copy as it goes between the upper and lower fuser rollers so that the toner melts into your copies and won"t rub off keeping the image from smearing Often the copies will be warm--this is normal.