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"Out of Paper"

Hi, I've had my hp psc 1110 all-in-one for 2 years now, not a problem until today. I tried to print off an order I placed online and nothing happened. The pending jobs window said the printer was out of paper. It wasn't. I unpluged the printer from the wall for a few minutes, didn't work. I cleaned the rollers with the same result. What do I do?

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Sounds like the paper sensor is bad
It happens to our hp printers all the time here in the office

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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