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Deskjet F380 printer unable to print claims paper jammed cheched printer no paper jammed all other ptinter functions ok

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Seems to be problem in sensors for that you need to open the printer and clean the sensor, If you are not expert in that then please check service centres for servicing.

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Posted on Aug 17, 2008

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