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I have a Xerox xc1040 that works fine most fo the

I have a Xerox xc1040 that works fine most of the time but often jams right after the sheet has been feed from the paper supply. There is nothing in the paper path and the sheet will easily remove. Do the rollers or something need cleaning?

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Yes these problm occurs frequently xc1040 . you ned to adjust the paper tray properly. then shake the bunch of papers so that the paper which are sticked are freed.

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in panel control
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