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Press the OPEN button and open the top cover
Take out the image drum unit, place it on a flat surface, and cover it with black paper.
Remove any jammed paper in the direction of the arrow.
Remove in the direction of the arrow any paper jammed the inside front of the printer.
Pull out toward the front of the printer any paper jammed at the fuser unit, with the fuser unit lever (blue) left turned in the direction of the arrow.
Install the image drum unit in the printer so as to situate the K toner cartridge toward the front of the printer.
Close the top cover.


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Posted on Feb 15, 2013

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