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Tektronics phaser 850 - media jam

Hi i have a phaser 850 printer. every time the machine warms up. it says media jam on the front panel. There is no error code. any info or help would be appreciated. Thank you

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Exactly what 2 of mine are doing. I have no clue on how to fix this so if you find a solution let me know via e-mail if you can. My e-mail is Seeley4859@gmail.com

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