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The problem mite be dirty rollers that feed the paper, try cleaning with alcohol or worn out replace. Problem is the paper roller is miss feeding not taking up the paper instead of hitting something in the machine paper jam.
On these fax machines the most component that gets the most usage are the feed rolls.
Even though they are hard to find and hard to reach, using a flashlight one can view the surface of the feed wheels. By inspecting the surface, they may appear to be shinny instead of the normal feed wheel surface tracks.
Either the wheels need to be replaced or cleaning the surface might get a little reliablity, eventually they may need to be replaced.
Some feed wheels have a lower or they might be on the upper part of the drive train, where they have a square rubber pad.
This is especially true with document feeders, the most common part that wears out.
These pads or, arm tips wear out and need to be replaced.
I hope this helps out.
depending what rollers and how you did it, you probably have 'spun' a clutch out of position so it can't find it's 'home" position, and keeps on trying. If it worked before cleaning and now it doesn't you've definitely broken or dislodged something like that.
From manual: Insert document; press Scan & Fax button; dial number; press Start/Copy. All pages will be scanned, number will be dialed, and scan will be transmitted. If Memory Full displays, repeat procedure without using Scan & Fax button.