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Paper Drawer Problem

Somewhat frequently the printer won't print and I've found that the solution is to re-adjust the tab in the back of the paper drawer so that it is pressed all the way up against the paper. But I'm having to do this sometimes several times a day. Any suggestions on a fix?!

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You may need to get a new paper tray.

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