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Re: paper jam X6170
Yes, this is a paper jam. Open up your printer as if you were changing the ink. Get a torch if needed and a pair of tweezers in case it is small. Get in ther and have a good look for it. It can be so tiny and could be near the carriage that is off to the side, in the roller and its teeth or further down. he paper cruching is because of the jam and the fact the carriage cannot center itself. Good luck.
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there is a knob that moves the front roller [rotates] the roller side to side to center a moving belt - the grit belt. the roller has a slight bevel from the center out to the edge. both edges. use the trigger to start the belt in short spurts and move the knob. eventually you'll get the belt to track on center.
Hi, oh dear, you have a paper jam in or near the roller or very small one in carriage. Open up unit as if rplacing cartridges, get a torch if you have to and search for tiny jam. A good clue, is does the carriage return to correct positon upon opening?
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