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I was printing in hp laser jet 1320n.....it was all going fine..but suddenly the paper got stuck in the rollers, while pritning a job. the paper is still stuck and just doesn't budge. what to do to release the paper? i have to yet take prints and am against a deadline!!????

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

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  • Paul Douglas
    Paul Douglas May 11, 2010

    Hi toliatoliato:

    Is the paper stuck in the back of the printer?

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First you open the back side door of the printer and put down the two green lever and take out paer from there easily if possible clean fussing unit also.

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