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This caused by slipping feed rollers--it's not pulling on the side that the paper is slanted toward. Need to open the case to get to the rollers, then rub the rollers clean with dry fingers. Vacuum out any paper debris.

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I suggest you set up a new folder on your PC titled "household items" and save a copy titled "Manuals" etc. so you will always have a copy for future use and reference.

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