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Paper jam with out paper

When ever I try to print on my 2210 I get a loud clicking noise and the printer tells me there is a paper jam. There is no paper jammed in the machine it is clear. Can anyoe suggedt what I should do?

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This is almost certainly a broken latch on the right of the carriage - it should get pushed forward by the left back edge of the cartridge mechanism as it reaches the right side. There are other examples of this described in many similar posts on various sites - including some with photos. Try and find another psc all-in-one and look at it. I have the same problem, and have 'mended' the latch so that the paper error disappears and it prints, but I have not yet solved the loud clicking
Richard

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

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