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Paper feed When I print the printer grabs more than one paper. Sometimes this jams it up. This starting happening after an envelope got stuck and was removed.

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When the paper is in the feed section there is a rubber pad on the underside and a rubber roller on the other. Try cleaning the rubber pad with a cytrus cleaner or just water, on a rag. Do not hesitate to "rough it up" a bit. Only helps the cause.
NOTE: if your machine has a "cork" pad rather than "rubber". Do not clean with a solution and only rough it up slightly.
Also check that your machine does not have a paper/envelope selector (often found in the paper exit area). If so ensure it is set for paper.

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