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The paper keeps getting stuck. It feeds in from the left only and get jammed

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Most likely there is a small piece of ripped paper in the paper path, making the paper stop at one side. Use a flashlight and look for it.
Always make sure the whole paper comes out when it gets stuck.

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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