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Possible Belt broke

I own a 2010 and noticed that the paper quit feeding automatically. I began helping the paper along and now it started making a horrible sound. When I removed the ink cartridge, there is a rubber belt attached to a roller bar that is broke.  I am assuming this is the problem.  Can you let me know how I can purchase a new belt and how to replace it?
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  • chda Jun 23, 2008

    Adding to my problem, I found the website www.samsungparts.com. J&J Enterprises runs this site.   The problem was the "pick up' belt is broke.  I ordered it from the website for around $14.00.  This included handling fees and shipping.  The actual belt cost $6.00. I will change it myself.  If your printer is not grasping the paper or making a clicking sound, pull out the ink cartridge and look in the back of the unit.  There is a roller bar and this bar should have a rubber belt around the middle of the roller.  If this belt is broken or loose, this is your problem.  Hope this helps. The service manual can also be ordered off of this site.

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