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Paper feed Printer just wont feed paper! If you manually encourage the paper, it will feed in! Otherwise, the pickup wheel turns, the papertray lifts, but the wheel just spins on the paper and doesn't feed into the printer. Wheel appears free from any oil or dust which may cause slippage. Any thoughts?

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Re: paper feed

Feed roller is dirty or worn thin, wipe rubber roller with damp cloth.

Posted on Nov 03, 2007

Re: paper feed

The problem is the level to lift the paper is not below the plastic plate at the bottom of the paper tray. Correct by doing the following:
1. Remove the paper tray from the printer
2. Remove the top clear plastic lid from the paper tray
3. Insert the paper tray into the printer making sure the silver level is below the plastic plate (the piece that has the cork on it)
4. Insert paper and top clear plastic lid
5. Print

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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