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first off check try opening the paper so you can see the tray where the paper feeds in and check if there is some sort of jam or if anything looks loose.
Remove the cartridges and clean the roller/feeder that takes the paper in.
If everything looks good then it could be the mechanical part of the feeder that has a problem and usually this happens when it wears out due to time or it has reached the maximum printing allowance.
If that's the case then a replacement would be necessary.
Hope this helps!
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Make sure that the head can move on the carriage bar as this indicates a head assembly lock or jam. Make sure all the paper paths are clear and there is no tiny piece of paper stuck. Power it back on. If this does not resolve then you will need a visit to the repair shop or buy a new printer which is probably cheaper!
> turn off the printer > check for obstructions / torn paper > disconnect the printer from the computer > turn the printer back on > if issue still persists, the printer needs service, contact the vendor