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I have a paper jam on transfer belt

Hi there I get a paper jam on my OKI C5400 machine. The paper stops on the transfer belt. 
My friend just spilt toner into the printer by mistake and i think this may have caused the problem.
Can i fix this or do i need to buy a new transfer belt. Seems a pity to put this machine in the bin as i cannot afford a new transfer belt (costs about £150).
let me know your advices.
cheers.

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You have posted this in the wrong section.

Please re-post under the Printers section.

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