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Check inside for printer obstruction . how do I open the case ?

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You do not need to open the case…what they meant that you may have paper jam and that get accessed from the front paper feeder or from un correct instillation of the inks and that by opening the door in front and replacing the ink again in the housing and closing the door good , let you know. Please see that grant me your approvals by rating my service and I hope that I can serve you again the future.

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This indicates that there is chance of paper jam on your printer . Remove the cover and remove any bit of paper and clean the roller with isopropyl alcohol and then put back cover and restart printer .

Hope this helps .

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