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Paper feed problems with Samsung M-2010 printer

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I have an ml-1740. i like it just fine. this week i had a prblem where the paper came out of the printer crinkled on the right side and the printed image was a little tilted. (if i feed through the manual feed it came out perfect) i was going to inspect all of my rubber wheels when i noticed small chunks of paper that had wedged themselves in the paper path from the tray. simple fix -- clear anything and everything from the path 1st! hope this helps someone out there.

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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