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Hello... i have a c7200 hp

Hello...
i have a c7200 hp and some paper got jamed and now it makes funnny noises and is just generally acting like teenage arshole to me... please help me

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paul
hemel hempstead

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Sounds like it is now damaged or some bit od paper are still inside

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