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Everything seems intact and working except-paper will not feed in.Looking at underside, seems like a gap between drive roller on motor shaft and plastic paper roller,.Is there a rubber "tire" or something missing from this drive roller?

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I trust you are well.

This might be trivial however when you replace your paper roll the edge of the edge paper must be cut straight otherwise the paper will not feed correctly.

Hope this solution is as easy as that, If not open the claculator paper feed compartment and check the gear mechanism for chipped teeth or foreign objects stuck inside.

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So start this work only if you are mechanically able with the right tools.
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From FixYa Support:

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