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Card Stock Jam

I have a card stock jam. The suggestions in the manual do not allow me to view the card stock. In other words I can not view the card stock after following the manual suggestions.

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  • carenandmike Mar 02, 2008

    I also have a card stock jam. I don't have the manual. What should I do?

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I just thought I had a card stock jam.

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