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Not working When I am trying to printout documents, i can hear some kind of roring noices.I have filling like the printer cant not catch the paper to go in to the slot. Two flashing lites is on gren and yelow. Sometimes the papers going true the slot without any print.

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Adjust the size of the tray...Also reinstall the driver again..hope this will resolve the problem.

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