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The paper is drawn into the printer unevenly causing it to jam before actually loading. The print is slanting downward from left to right. Sometimes the printer draws the paper back in after it is printed causing another jam. When the feed and release features are working, the printer is fine.

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It sounds like the roller in the back, clean it with a soft rag with a little bit of alcohol. I had the same problem and ended up throwing it away and bought a Kodak 5300. Did you try going to HP solutions center? Good luck.

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