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Hey, I have a piece of photo paper hung in the printer. It was a short piece that got hung. You can't see it anywhere in the printer. I've tried pulling the paper out,opening the top, and that's as far as I know to go. Can you help me? I sure would appreacite it if you could. Thanks Mrs. Peggy Lipscomb

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What printer do you have exactly?

Try pressing the paper feed / print button to get it to draw another paper in and push the other out. You might want to make sure there is no extra paper on the printer so more paper doesnt get stuck in.

Get back to me if that doesnt help.

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If it is a laser printer you can lift the roller & cartridge out, then remove the paper jamb,if it is not a laser then try running another sheet of paper through, if you have not done so as yet, apart from that i am not sure

good luck
Terry

Posted on Mar 11, 2008

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