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usually transport errors mean that something inside the printer is not allowing or not feeding the paper through properly , either a motor isn't kicking on, paper is not being picked up from the supply tray properly or there may be something caught in one of the stop sensors inside the printer that will not allow the paper to pass through properly. unfortunately the only way to fix that usually is to look at every sensor in the paper path and ensure nothing is blocking or holding any of the sensors open if none of those are blocked off then you may have a bad motor on one of the drives that pull the paper from one location to another inside the printer.
Posted on Jun 25, 2014
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