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Just bought the product and it is already not working.

Problems with ink cartridges jamming and not printing properly.

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  • budtsi2 Feb 13, 2009

    my 5610 printer keeps saying there is a paper jam I cannot see and paper and printer will now do nothing but give me the error warning.  Thank you  Ron

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Check the paper setting in tray. May be slanted and causing it to pull paper in un-even, this will cause jams. Old, wrinkled paper will also cause same problems.

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