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Feeder won't work~~

I am having to open and close the paper tray for every page. For example, If I am printing 5 pages, i have to open and close the paper tray each time a page is printed. Prints one page and "P" appears,..please help~~

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Hello Sir; I believe just replace paper pick up roller feed roller and stop roller, the problem will be gone!

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