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Dell 1710 jam

I am getting the jam with about 2 inches of paper sticking out past the back rollers. From your previous post, it sounds like this might be an issue with the sensor on the fuser. Where exactly is this located and how do I test this or attempt to fix this? Thanks.

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It is located on the fuser unit at the back of the printer. It typically has 3 wires going to it; a blue, red and black wire.

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