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Colored paper jams the copier

When I use colored paper the copier jams. I dont have the manual and I dont know if the light is working on the thick paper button so i don't know if thats working or not or even how to use it. Please help what the best way to print with color paper. kelly

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Color paper has nothing to do with jams, thickness yes. what printer are you using?

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