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Printer thinks it is out of paper but it is not.

Have re-restarted and changed paper stock but every time I sent to print the printer thinks it is out of paper but it is not.

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Check the sensor button on the papertray , possible malfunction. as well reinstall all software drivers for the printer and perform updates.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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