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I have a Brother DCP7020. It is making a grinding sound when it tries to print and I can't get the front to open. The right side seems ok but the left is hung up.

I have a Brother DCP7020. It is making a grinding sound when it tries to print and I can't get the front to open. The right side seems ok but the left is hung up.

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