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Np 7130 keeps flashing the paper jam light, but there is not paper jammed anywhere

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Check the paper tray actuators & sensors.

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This is the symbol for a paper jam. Clear the jam and if it continues you may have to clean the feed rollers, see if a piece of paper is in the paper path, or the guide just before the registration roller is flipped forward and needs to be rotated to the correct position.

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