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My toshiba e-16 copier is experiencing paper jam near the fuser. I am finding small springs attached to a small piece of black plastic. How can I fix this? Thanks

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Try whether u can take out the thing (Scapper), If cannot, u need to take out the whole fuser unit by unscrewing 2 screws.

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2) between cartridge and fuser area do same thing
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