Question about HP OfficeJet 6210 All-In-One InkJet Printer
I do not know how much of your machine you can take apart or are comfortable to do, but you definitely need to take the paper trays out and the ink cartridge and get those things out of the way. Next lift the lid so you can see the path the paper feeds through. Do not just pull on the paper with a great deal of force to dislodge it because you may pull on a part that is not intended to move. Following the path will allow you to see where it is stuck. You may need to remove another small cover that is in the way but it will be obvious when and if you need to do that. Be sure your machine is off as you do all this. After you dislodge the paper jam blow out the paper dust that has accumulated in that area as it will cause you alot of problems. More than likely one of your blank pages was slightly bent at the top as it tried to feed through and did not feed evenly. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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