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Crinkled paper and jamming

Our paper keeps getting jammed and crinkled. it also says to change the drum but we did that a few months ago (around 3) and it still said it after we changed it. is there a quick fix?

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Where is the paper jam ???? If you have a paper jam in the back of your printer it maybe the fuser unit.....Make sure thaht you don't have a little peace of paper somewhere in the paper path...

For your drum, did you reset the drum counter ????Normally the instruction for resseting the counter is in the drum box...

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

The paper jams in the front, i think it is the rollers, but don't know how to clean/fix them. i did reset the drum counter. thanks

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

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