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My HP 7210 is misfeeding paper and jams

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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