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Paper jams printer says printing done how do I clean rollers, I can't find the sujbect in my brochure

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  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
  5. If that doesn't work, be sure to check 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.
  6. I also will often spray WD-40 on larger gear assemblies where their is no chance of contact with paper. This not only lubricated the gears it restricts the movement of nylon dust which gets stripped from the gears as they move.

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you can clean your printer roller by using some waste cloth. follow these steps.

1. remove the cover (paper jam door) in the back side of your printer

2. there you can find the rollers.

3. use some little iso propoline alcohol (IPA) to clean the roller

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