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Load paper Can you provide explanation on how to load the paper? I have tried several ways and nothing works.

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You must feed it through the back of the machine while depressing the feed key. make sure it is the right size paper and hopefully there is not a jam in the machine. If so you can try sliding a business card through the slot where the paper goes and force any jammed paper out of the path.

Posted on Jun 16, 2007

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I had the same problem. I cut the paper at an extreme angle so that I could grab an end of it as it feed through. I then gave it a gentle tug and noticed that it tried to pull something else with the paper. At this point I knew there was a problem and after disassembling it I noticed that the lower rubber roller had burned a flat spot on it and would not roll anymore. TRASH... Well not really. I ended up getting a bunch of rubber gromits and reinstalling it and it works great. Not really sure it was worth my time fixing it however.

Posted on Aug 15, 2007

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