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Paper pulling at an angle

I printed some labels recently, and a few of the got stuck in the printer. I can see one, but I can't reach it or figure out how to get to it. The printer is still working, but it is pulling the paper at an angel. As it is pulling it through the printer, it is turning and tearing the page.

Unfortunately, I don't know the anatomy of a printer very well to explain where the label is. It is under the toner cartridge behind the bar (towards the back for the printer) that seems to be moving the paper in the printer. If I could move the bar slightly, I could get to the sticker to remove it.

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I not sure of which bar you are talking but,try getting a pair of long nose pliers that are curved at the endand see if you can get to it that way?

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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    CheckitRight Aug 08, 2008

    does the bar have rubber roller in it? if yes it is the pick up tire that pulls the paper into the machine.

    make a copy then stop it as the paper goes through remove toner and paper, is the label in a different position? you may have to do it several times before you can get an angle that is ok for you.

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