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Paper jams with thicker stock paper

Whenever I try to print projects on business card stock or thicker card stock, my MFC 210 jams. It *has* printed on this kind of stock before, but it doesn't seem to want to anymore.

Suggestions please!

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    if you have any stocks, please contact me through e-mail.
    leewk@hansol.com

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Your pickup tires on the printer may be worn, how many prints have you made on this printer. it may be time for a maint. kit.

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