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Hp fax 1020 will not feed paper in

The machine I have will not feed paper in without a lot of coaxing. Is there a way to clean or replace the input roller??

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David
dasnow@bellsouth.net

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  • C_SS Dec 19, 2008

    Temporary: Turn off the printer and clean the roller with plain water and a lint free cloth. A few more prints will come out.



    Long term: I'd like to know how to replace the roller.

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