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Every time I try to print the printer just chews up the paper .

I am certain that there are no bits of paper left in the printer , but what ever I do it just chews it up.

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Yes, there are still paper stuck in there.
turn off the printer and use dental tool and a flash light, slowly turn the paper pickup roller and check the either end of the roller, that is usually where the bits of paper are stuck.
make sure the pickup roller don't have any sticky stuff on them. that will cause the paper to jam up.

Posted on May 14, 2009


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