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-'''''hello rick.. i think on all small inkjet printers there is a small switch with a plastic arm,,or a sensor that is on the bottom of the tray.. first determine if the switch is with arm and see if it is broken, misaligned or out of position..,, if you do not have a switch,, look for a small sensor in the floor of the tray drawer,, the sensor might even be on the top of the area..i hope this helps….'''''
+'''''hello rick.. i think on all small inkjet printers there is a small switch with a plastic arm,,or a sensor that is on the bottom of the tray.. first determine if the switch is with arm and see if it is broken, misaligned or out of position..,, if you do not have a switch ,,look for a small sensor in the floor of the tray drawer,, the sensor might even be on the top of the area..i hope this helps…. Also take out ink cartridges and pull all plugs to inspect for paper switches or sensors'''''
-'''''ps,, if it was working and just quit with paper on the tray (very important) then printer sensor is bad,, if the unit has a optical sensor check for paper dust and dirt,, debris'''''
+'''''ps ,,if it was working and just quit with paper on the tray (very important) then printer sensor is bad,, if the unit has a optical sensor check for paper dust and dirt,, debris'''''

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Original post by: Peter j Guire ,

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'''''hello rick.. i think on all small inkjet printers there is a small switch with a plastic arm,,or a sensor that is on the bottom of the tray.. first determine if the switch is with arm and see if it is broken, misaligned or out of position..,, if you do not have a switch,, look for a small sensor in the floor of the tray drawer,, the sensor might even be on the top of the area..i hope this helps….'''''

'''''ps,, if it was working and just quit with paper on the tray (very important) then printer sensor is bad,, if the unit has a optical sensor check for paper dust and dirt,, debris'''''

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