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It sounds like there is a sensor that got damaged or jammed when your paper jam occurred. Look around the inside edge of the door for a pin or clip that may pass into a hole that signals a door closed. If you can't find that look around the edge that the door touches for a contact that the door could trip. If you find either look for a damaged clip or a piece of paper that could be affecting the signal.
If you can't find either please advise me as to the manufacturer and model of your printer so I may find out what type and the location of your sensor
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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