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Frequent paper jams

Two problems 1. will only fax like 3 pages and then it will just send the other pages through and not fax them and do a fax fail.
2. when we try to print or get a confirmation page it eats up the paper. we have tried several types of paper and does it to it all. it use to work ok but not now.

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Sounds like the rollers aren't picking up the paper.

  1. Get yourself some "Rubber Renew" or similar product and a pack of cotton swabs.
  2. Open the panel in the back or remove the duplexer if that applies, and open the door in the front.
  3. Recondition the rollers in the back, above the feeder tray, etc. with the rubber renew or cleaner...but use it sparingly because it actually eats away part of the rubber to make them sticky again instead of smooth.
  4. Try the printer.
If that doesn't work, make sure that there is no paper or dirt obstructing the sensors above the feeder tray or around the back of the printer. These should look like small plastic levers.

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