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Printer not ataking paper and ink leaks out....help

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Your printer pickup rollers have probably become slick from usage and ink spills. I work on these type problems all the time - inkjet printers are simply as nasty as they come in terms of getting dirty from ink waste. It needs to be disassembled and cleaned, and the pickup rollers cleaned and reconditioned with a rubber restorative. I would probably take it to a reputable, reasonable repair shop.

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