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First, the printer wouldn't "pick up" the paper to print, now it did, but it is really jammed and I don't see a way to remove the jam. The printer part that moves side to side is directly in the middle over the paper that is crumbled and jammed. Thanks for your help...

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With the power on, slowly move the carriage out of the way. then remove the paper jam. Afterwards, take a damp cloth and rub the rollers clean. you may use a little bit of alcohol on the cloth.

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