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Paper not fully feeding from paper tray. stops

Paper not fully feeding from paper tray. stops midway.

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  • Check for jams
  • Make sure all rollers are rolling and feeding
  • Make sure you using the manufacture required paper weight.
If none of the above applies to your issue you might have a bad feeder the paper is getting jammed mid way or there could be something inside blocking it half way thus your printer will need good maintnance.

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