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Paper keeps jamming

I fix the paper and hit the check button, then it jams again. How do I fix it?

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    Mike May 11, 2010

    Hello Sir, please post name and model of your printer. Sometimes switching off power and switch on again helps. Cheers, Mike

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Hello Sir,

I had the same problem with my HP.

Actually there is no BEST sollution for it.

Open the mask of your printer and check if no paper are left inside. It may be also tiny piece which will be blocking the new paper. Try to touch everything there, making space where paper will be going through.

Hit your printer twice to let it know who is master here ;)

I hope you will fix your problem.

Regards,
Mike

Posted on May 08, 2010

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