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Printer stops in process of duplex printing

When I print both sides with my 1320 laserjet, it prints one side, and pulls the sheet back in as to print the other side. But it stops before it prints the
other side, and indicates there is a paper jam. But there is no evidence of this. What could be the problem?
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Tom

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