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Grinding noise The 940 sounds like the gears are not engaging ....or something horrible. I shut it off immediately, of course. I've noticed that the paper drawer has something blocking it about half-way in...if I hold down the spring-loaded piece that pushes up the paper, it will slip in. But, to no avail. when I remove the tray completely, it still grinds away...and I shut it down. I can't see it operating, of course. And, there is no manual that explains such a calamity. Charles A.

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