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Paper jam message on Magicolor 2300W

Using and setting the printer for 8.5x11 inch paper results in the paper ejecting all but the last inch or so from the top resulting in a paper jam message. Selecting a 10inch long option on the printer menu but using the 8.5x11 inch paper allows the page to print without the jam message. I have cleaned all visible areas of the paper path. This is a three year old machine with the problem only now happening

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How do you clean the rubber rollers, hope you didnt use solvent....
Use dry cloth with dishwashing fluid only to wipe the rollers.  You will notice the increase in grip immediately.

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