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We have bought a new kodak ESP 5250 and has printed only once. it is now coming up with a error 3528

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My printer also had this and it looked like there was no jam but then i found a tiny piece stuck in the wheels right inside on the right, looking from the back. Upgrade firmware to latest version and away you go again.

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