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While printing Avery 'sticky back' address labels, my hp psc 900 series 'jammed'. I removed the 'jam' but now my printer is saying 'no paper', 'load paper tray and press 'enter'. However, papar tray is full and also fully inserted. still printer says 'no paper etc.'. What can I do next please ? Many Thanks F .Williams.

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  • TedMaloney Apr 27, 2009

    I have the same problem...almost. I cleared an Avery Label jam and now everytime I try to print the paper jams again: "Inner Jam". I was elbow deep into the machine trying to fix this and I see nothing jammed or blocking the path.

    Ted

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Make sure the paper is slid all the way in. You could try unplugging it and plugging it back in.

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