Paper feed rollers? use WD-40. Spray on wipes, away from printer- and just wipe the feed rollers from side to side. Doesn't need a lot of pressure or WD-40. Just keep away from drums, and toner, allow to air dry a few minutes, and run a test copy. Will feed paper better then ever.
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This usually happens when the roller is covert with a lot of dust/dirt or lint or it is completely worn out. Clean the rollers and see,if that helps the problem to be get resolved. Unless, you need to replace the rollers.
sounds to me like the Pick up rollers need to be replaced, you can try to manually clean those rollers with some rubbing alcohol and some q-tips and gently clean those rollers, if that doesn't help then the rollers need to be replaced. You can usually find replacement pick up rollers online
> unplug the power chord from the printer.
> open the rear access door.
> you will get full access to the rollers.
> remove the jammed paper gently.
> clean the rollers using a lint free cloth.
> close the rear access door.
> try to make a copy.
thats it.... if still u have the problem... contact me