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Broken piece from jammed paper tray

This morning I actually, finally broke a piece off the back of the unit when I removed the stuck paper tray. I've been trying to see if there
is an exploded view to see if I can replace/fix the piece (paper won't feed now), or is this the end of a sometimes tempestuous relationship.
Do you know of anywhere online that has such schematics?

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What did you break off?????? let me know so i can help you

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