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Every time I go to make a copy the printer pulls the paper in crooked and it jams

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One of the biggest reasons for the paper feeding in crooked is that the platen (what the actual paper feeds across to be typed on) gets really slick. All in all that platen and anything that handles the paper needs to be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol. It will restore the texture to all the parts that actually handle the paper going through. That is all there is to that problem. God bless.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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