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My HP psc2110 is not working. making a tractor noise when I start it. Any ideas?

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Is the printer making grinding noises? If so, spare parts may be a problem. If there are no 'evil' noizes, remove the rear access door and clean the feed rollers with a damp cloth. If that restores paper feeding, use rubber rejuventator.
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