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Paper jams When i go to print the printer starts and when it get to the rollers it jams the paper into bunch up paper and then of cource it jams

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  • petunia729 Feb 15, 2009

    Thanks for the infor I will try that.

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You need to order a set of pickup rollers for your printer and replace them. This is usually a fairly easy job and usually pretty cheap for parts.

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