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When i got to print it does not feed in

I have primary cardstock paper in
it starts to feed in the it just stops
it will go in about 3cm and stops

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Could be your feeder, or it does not like the card stock, try feeding regular paper if the regular paper feeds then the stock your using might be to thick for the unit.


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Posted on May 08, 2010

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