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SMALL PIECE OF PAPER IS JAMMED ON THE RIGHT SIDE UNDER THE ROLLERS WHERE I CAN'T REACH IT IS THERE ANYWAY TO GET UNDER THE INK ASSEMBLY PLATFORM WITHOUT DAMAGE TO THE PRINTER I HAVE A DEADLINE NO TIME FOR REPAIR SERVICE !!

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Open the back door and turn the large rollers, should force out your paper jam...good Luck!!

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