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Foam piece ripped now feeder doesn't work

I had a paper jam, and when I removed the jam a foam piece (long piece that went along where the paper output/ink cartridge area is) ripped and I had to remove it.  Now I can't print because it keeps giving me the error message of "no paper".  Where can I get another foam piece and where exactly do I need to place it?  Thanks for your help in advance!

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It'd be cheaper and easier to get a new printer. Most modern desk jet printers are sold as throw-aways. There are few if any replacement parts for them.

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