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C9600 tray does not lift up

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  • wojciechz Jan 24, 2009

    there is no paper jam any where. I checked few times.

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Chweckcthere is not any paper jam . remove inkcartrdge then check .aslo check in back side of printer .may be there is paper jam.
remove paper if jammedup.let me know.

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