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Photo paper jam

I have a digital photo shop and before its not like this. the photo paper size 3r always jam? what should be the problm of the printer

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  • Felinna
    Felinna May 11, 2010

    i'm not familiar with a 3r size?
    is the sheet to big, to thick, sticky ... I kinda doubt the software could have anything to do with it. dou you have the original brand paper?

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Replace paper feeder. Or add tape to add the thicknes of rubbers at paper feeder mechanics.

Posted on Apr 25, 2009

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