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Paper jams in document feeder

I cleaned the rollers, but the paper jams as it tries to turn / feed onto the glass. stops and makes a loud noise. i don't see a way to remove or clean anything beyond the rollers???

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  • jmamerck Feb 01, 2008

    unfortunately i do not have the T10 screwdriver, however a friend of mine might, but i won't know until this week end. will keep you posted...

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If u can do it,u need a special screw driver called T10,open the adf cover fist,there u can see four screws fitted at four cornersn one at the back,unscrew them,the adf unit will come out clean it properly,n also look for any peice of paper or anything like broken plastic etc,clean it n fix, n check
thnx N

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