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Printer keeps on jamming

Every time I attempt to print something it always crinkles the paper and gets jammed. Then I have to spend 5 minutes unjamming the thing and take all of the paper out and place one at a time. It's very inconvenient.

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Could be improper bond weight or thickness of paper, too much paper in the tray, or the wheels on the feed rail inside is broken or needs to be cleaned

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