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Will not print and keep getting paper thickness error

Will not print and keep getting paper thickness problem...changed paper no results

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Did you try moving the paper thickness lever (blue lever on top of the print cartridge holder)? It should be all the way to the left when you start--if it needs to be adjusted the printer message will let you know.

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