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Printer screen tells me that there is a paper jam - no paper left in printer

I was printing 4x6 paper when a jam occured removed jammed paper but now the machine keeps telling me about a paper jam - i've checked everywhere and can't find any more paper in there. Do I need to reset it or something?

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Check rear door, it comes off, and also look to left and right sides of carriage paper gets scrunched into sides by head.

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