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Jamming paper Paper jamming in feeder tray . Regards Stoves

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The paper pickup rollers might be worn out. They can be restored by rubbing Acetone (use gloves)on them just make sure that the acetone doesn't touch any plastic. There also might be a piece of paper stuck in the printer paper path. It might be out of sight and blocking the paper as it feeds into the printer.

Posted on Aug 20, 2007

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