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The paper jams into the right corner when

The paper jams into the right corner when printing. cause I
got a piece of staple in there
and can't get it out.

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Hi, just a suggestion, I had the same porblem and a quick fix for me was to open the top as if you were going to replace the ink and slide a thin business card in from the front to unblock the jam.

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If you can get it out consult a technician to do that, because it is the cause of the paper jam and could also damage the drum if you continue.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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