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HP C4385 display reads Paper Jam continuously

The printer reads paper jam and started suddenly in the middle of the print job. I have also noticed the carriage seems to move and rest to the left where it should be resting to the right. When I press the button the printer will feed paper but th epaper gets snagged on the right side as it gets eaten, I've watched paper throught the rollers and it comes out okay, I believe this issue is a problem with the back cover that flips the paper.
I could be wrong on these but I could really use the help. Our printer is 65 days out of warranty and HP was unable to help.

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I know I'm late to the party but I have a C4599 that I've had for years and I couldn't find a solution to paper jam error message but I looked underneath the cartridges where they sit to the right and I said I'm going to clean the thing that's sitting underneath the cartridges covered with ink. I went to clean and there's nothing covered with ink, it was AN INK GLOB. Lots of it. Cleaned it, rebooted (reset) realigned printer paper all that. It printed!! Went back to error message but slowly and surely it just started working again.

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It says I have a paper jam. I can't find a paper jam. What do I do?

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Check the paper jamed or not other wise try to reset your printer

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