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Printer won't advance next piece of paper

When I print, the printer won't grab the paper from the sheet feeder. It clicks three or four times and then the error light appears. If I wiggle the paper while it's trying to print, then I can usually get it to accept the paper.

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You can get a repair kit for this off ebay.

Your paper feed roller and lifter are worn.

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