My HP 7210 is misfeeding paper -- it pulls the top sheet in and then the paper gets crooked and jams the feeder. Right before this problem started, we changed an ink cartridge and realigned the ink cartridges as suggested by the printer. The first few pages printed okay but now it only misfeeds and jams.
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Take a sheet of paper and fold it in two so the top and bottom of the paper meet. Put the folded end of the paper in the printer so it can push the jam through. There are cleaning sheets you can get at office supply stores that are sticky on both sides. They work well getting small pieces of paper out as well as cleaning built up paper dust from the rollers.
There are sticky cleaning sheets of paper that clean paper dust off the rollers and the paper pathway in the printer. You can obtain these cleaning sheets from a paper supply outlet. Also inspect the rollers for a torn corner of a paper that is stuck in the paper pathway that may cause a new sheet of paper to feed in crooked.
Most likely to be a page feed problem, look online to clean page feeder rubber rollers.
Try here for the pdf manual which covers problem with jams and skewing
Check feed roller for contamination, fan the paper to seperate sheets and then make sure that you are using paper of the following standard: Paper TypeThicknessWeight
Single sheets (plain paper)
0.003 to 0.004 inch (0.08 to 0.11 mm)
17 to 24 lb (64 to 90 g/m²)
Make sure you are using paper supports and feed guides.