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My paper keeps going through the printer squint/to one side and ripping

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SOURCE: Paper Pulled in Squint

I had a similar problem; paper would go sideways when it was trying to pull it through. I looked into the paper slot with a mirror and found a mini-blind clip had fallen into the printer. I tipped the printer over and shook it out and it worked fine.

Posted on Nov 27, 2007

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SOURCE: paper goes in squint drags to one side and jams

In my experience the usual reason for this is something (obstruction) in the paper feed. Make sure you have a really good look right down inside the paper path as quite small objects will stop a correct feed. The fact that it is one side makes me thing something is in there. I have serviced printers before with coins, paperclips etc that have found a way in.

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Paper keeps ripping on the side on normal one

sounds like some tron parper was stuck inside and has contributed to more paper tearing. First check for any paper jams, and check inside for and broken or damages items, causing paper to tear.

Posted on Nov 27, 2009

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