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Old 01-08-2006, 08:15 PM   #1
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My printer invariably takes two pages at a time. Is there any way to put the paper by which this won't happen. I have a Samsung ML-1750 with a tray.

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Try some new paper from an unopen pack. Sometimes damp paper will stick like this.

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May also be a problem with the paper pick up rollers as well? You might search ebay to see if someone offers replacement paper pick up rollers. Some are easy to install and have instructions, some are a real bear!

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If it is the pickup rollers, you can try cleaning them with rubbing alcohol. Pour the alcohol on the lint free rag and clean the rollers.
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probably worn rollers, but use 20lb. paper and "fan" the heck out of it first.

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