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Priner jams the paper for photo's and bussinees cards start to print then they jam, can you help

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You need to have a good look inside the printer,(without taking too much apart) and see if there is anything trapped in the rollers etc.
After confirming that there is nothing jamming the printer,you may want to try cleaning it as much as you can,then try again.
Sadly,,most printers these day's cost less than it does to buy new ink. and they are not worth taking to a repairman. so usually people (like me)go out and buy another new one.

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