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Avery business cards won't print vis bYpass tray

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Sounds like the maching rollers are just dirty and slipping on that paper.
I would open the paper path, and look for all the gray rollers. Use a 2 step process to clean them. First use something like Fantastic, or formula 409, a stronger soapy cleaner to clean all those rollers, then clean them a second time with rubbing alchol.
One will clean off paper dust, general dirt the other will break down ink and oils that may also be on the rollers. You may want to clean them 2 or 3 times if it has never been done.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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