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We have an HP officejet Pro L 7500/7600/7700 I can't tell which, but when we try to fax papers the documents will not feed until we try it 3 or 4 times. any suggestions?

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I went the HP.com and looked up troubleshooting for my system and found the answer to fix my problem. Thank you anyway.

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