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Paper wont load and print

All seems fine but paper drops into printer but does not go through and
problems say paper jam. i have tried 1 sheet 20 sheets but all the same

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Open the rear of the printer...this is easy...as there is an access door....check to see if you have paper jam...

if there is remove and retry
keep me posted

Cheers!

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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