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I have an HP officejet pro 7500 that crumples the paper when pulling it from the feeder tray...Anything we can do to fix it?

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Have you check to see if any thing is lodged inside where the paper goes? Make sure it is free and clear of any obstacles.

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Hi Ed Walsh,

When you say feeder tray, are you speaking of the document feeder tray, or the paper input tray? The document feeder tray is not customer replaceable so it will not be removable. The input paper tray is however removable. Perhaps you will find the support page for your Officejet 6600 helpful:
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Read more: How to Load Paper into an HP Officejet All-in-One Printer ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4489317_load-paper-hp-officejet-allinone.html#ixzz2NjlQ4lhl

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- Your tray lock is larger than your paper. It is recommended that you keep your tray holder lock the size of your paper. The best way is still to keep a .5cm allowance.
- There is something blocking the feeder which causes the paper to go out of track. Are you sure there isn't a crumpled paper or torn paper left with the feeder?

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There are possible 2 places for the paper jam, either the Feeder has jammed or from the input tray.
For Feeder, you just have to open the feeder from the top and see if there are any pieces sticking in.
Else, you can open the print head cover and look for pieces of paper jammed in it.
Another place you may see is by removing the rear of the printer, it is called a duplexor which can be taken off easily. You may find some bits of pieces in rear of the printer.
To avoid getting another jam, try to keep the paper in a cool and dry place. If the paper absorbs any humidity, it starts crumpling which results in paper jam. You can also try fanning the papers before putting in a bunch and use a recommended paper for the printer.
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have you tried cleaning the separator pad inside the automatic document feeder?

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When it is crumpling the paper like that, the feeder is working fine, just something blocking the paper path.
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