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PAPER JAM WITH THE CANON IMAGECLASS 6550 Laser PRINTER

How do I solve this problem? The paper gets stuck in the feeder. It is impossible to remove

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Chances are theirs either something that got lefted in the assembly afterward like a sticker,I would have the paper tires replaced, to prevent future problems .

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