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Object stuck in feeder

There is an object stuck in the feeder. Is there a way to take apart the auto feed

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Remove the feeder tray and using your fingers (printer turned off and unplugged), rotate the rollers by hand the opposite way that they normally travel. So in other words, 'pull' the roller towards you. It may help if you have the machine upside-down too, so that the dropped item can fall out if the lid is open.

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