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The paper keeps jamming. I have looked for obstuction and found none.

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The rollers may be worn out.

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The paper jammed can be found in the paper tray, remove the paper at the paper tray and inspect the roller for small pieces of paper jammed.

The paper can be found in the ink cartridge compartment, open the cartridge door and remove the ink cartridges, look for posibble paper jammer. Also once remove, check also the cartridge carrier if does not stuck up or jammed (cause this might me the problem). Turn off your printer and then move the cartridge head using your hand moving to the from right to left side and from left side to right side for 2-3 times. Move it gently.

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In response to a question by Fixya. I solved it by searching throgh all references to paper jams on Fixya. I found a solution which I have already described. This is a very helpful site.

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