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Not feed paper

My printer goes on and attenpts to feed the paper but the black cog in the center of the printer will not grab the paper and feed it through the printer.  I believe that I need a new black cog in the center of the metal bar for the paper to properly feed.  I dont understand why I have this problem because I have printer very little paper through this printer.

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    exactly the same

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It may be that the paper is too slick for the grabber to access...try a little heavier bond paper(not the same as copier paper, which is SLICK.

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Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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