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Jamming Every time i try to print a screen pops up telling me that there is jammed paper in it, even if there is no paper in the printer at all, and on the display screen it keeps flashing E 3 E (like an E flipping back and forth). The printer was jammed but i took the jammed paper out and nothing has changed. how can i fix this?

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Hi Scott, My experience is if there was a jam and it still says it's jammed after clearing the paper you missed some. Even if the sheet that caused the last jam didn't tear it may have moved a torn piece of paper that was in there from before. Check again, really well for small pieces of paper stuck somewhere. Hope that helps. If not let me know and I'll see what else we can do. El Duderino

Posted on Nov 17, 2006

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