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I have a paper jam.

The last piece of paper folded on itself and is stuck or rather thoroughly jammed.

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On all printes small pieces of plastic comes loose new ones are bad about it That is the cause of the problem. To remove the paper you need to open it and be careful to pry it loose, It might have to come out in pieces so don't get upset with it it is only time. after you get it out turn it up side down and shake it. There will be a small piece of plastick in there that is messing it up. then try to do a dry run with it. to make sure it is clear and if it spins you are ready to go with it Please don't use WD 40 on it I have one here in the shop that a farmer brought in 2 days ago that he tried to make it unjam. Please don't do that

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