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Paper feeding The printer is only feeding the paper through on the right side, it starts feeding and then jams on the left side. I've checked for small pieces of paper-don't see any, have tried clearing the dust out of it... Please help!!!!

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  • Cirulic Aug 31, 2007

    Yessssss!!!!! Fixed, thank you very much :))

  • BUTCHB Nov 01, 2007

    same problem but on MP450...I tried your suggested remedy....no result



    Paper takes off...feeds approx 1 or 2 inches and stops...gives paper jam message ... eventually a sheet will feed OK after 4 to 6 retries



    When pulling out sheet towards back feeder I feel light pressure on right side only



    paper often takes off entering right side only then jams

  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2007

    the paper only goes in on the right side where the wheel is the other side doesn't grab the paper

    there is nothing in the way i turned it upside down and shook it and that didn't help

  • mystika25 Nov 09, 2007

    the paer is feeding but it tilts to the right side and crinkles im trying to look in it checked the rolle and still no idea how to fix it please help

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    The paper will not feed into the printer, especially on the left side. It's as if it is not catching. The paper crumbles up, it doesn't get stuck in the printer, it doesn't even go in.

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Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!!!!

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Me too!!!!thanx

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Take the ink out. Turn the printer upsaide down and give it a real good shake. You DO have something either stuck in the feeder on the left or there is a component sticking out of place. a REAL GOOD SHAKE normally fixes the problem

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