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My E210 Laser printer makes a "clacking" sound. I think it may be the roller that feeds the paper. It happened after a paper jam when the paper got too low. Cannot print. Tried taking out the toner and reinserting and that did not help. Please help. I love the printer. It is an inexpensive "workhorse." I have the same printer at home.

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Look inside and check that there is n't any paper stuck in the rollers.
Take a very damp cloth and dab it with dish washing detergent. Clean all the rollers you see.
There is a seperator pad on the paper tray , clean it also.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

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