Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
There might be either a small piece of paper or dust covering the sensor. Take out all of the paper from the printer. Using a can of compressed air blow out the entire paper path. Try the printer again. If it still doesn't work then you may have to get the printer serviced.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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