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    I have an HP office jet 6210 all in one that keeps saying paper jam. Its pissin the hell out of me. Any recomendations/ suggestions?

    Arrrgh!
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    is there small scrap of paper stuck in there somewhere along the travel route?

    oh, you already checked that?

    dammit, delete this post

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    check you film is tight and check and be sure the covers are closed properly
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    Too late, I took out on the driveway and smashed it with a soft ball bat. I feel much better now. I will go out and buy a new one tomorrow. I forgot there was glass in it. I got about 90 days use out of the thing. There was nothing in there to jam it up, it jammed me up so I took it out.
    The wife was pissed, I left it out on the driveway for all the neighbors to see. Busted glass and plasic everywhere.

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    Have you ever seen the movie Office Space? Pretty funny stuff, and I loved the part where they bashed the printer.

    If you haven't seen it, go rent it, if only for the scene with the printer!

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    Oh, Lusker. I'm certain the ball bat was much more fun than some wimpy windex.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    but the windex would have cost less

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    I've had a Mita 650 for many years. I'll bet 8-10.

    use it for copies/fax/printer. It's been totally trouble free.
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    Originally posted by workhorse
    but the windex would have cost less
    but deffitnley not as fun

  11. #11
    Originally posted by kgouker
    Have you ever seen the movie Office Space? Pretty funny stuff, and I loved the part where they bashed the printer.

    If you haven't seen it, go rent it, if only for the scene with the printer!
    That movie is AWSOME

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    I have a cheeze wiz fax can get faxes locally but long distance get line error argh! and also if I get a paper jam code the fax is retained in memory BUT TO CLEAR THE PAPER JAM CODE YOU HAVE TO UNPLUG THE FAX so you loose the fax in memory. friggen hell I like to hit the nutsac on the programmer/engineer that came up with that jem with a sledge hammer.
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