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Paper jam in auto feeder

The paper is stuck way down there in the auto feeder and now it won't feed correctly. How do you make sure all of the paper is un jammed?

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Well you should be able to pull out the whole sheet of paper. If the jammed paper has a piece missing, then you did not clear the jam completely and will have to in ther and retrive the torn piece of paper.
The source of the jam can be a worn p/u roller or an obstruction in the paper path.

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