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Paper is jamming in the fax machine

HP Officejet 7410 All-in-One is jamming as soon as the paper touches the roll, we want to know if it's worth it to fix it or we should buy a new one

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There may be an access door in the rear with a big knob to remove it.

Otherwise it's not economical to get it repaired

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